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A former Syrian intelligence officer living in Canada has to return to his country for the first time in 20 years when his daughter goes missing while visiting Damascus.
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Since: Feb 12
#1 Jul 5, 2013
(its a cash-in on the idea of 'hero' rescues kidnapped daughter...not original but setting it in 'fascist Syria' is hilarious. New USA-hollywood bad guys Syrians, wait and see!)
Since: Feb 12
#2 Jul 5, 2013
Syrian version of Taken.
Good for a Canadian film...
should go to television well.
"...Adib Abdel Kareem (Alexander Siddig) is middle-class computer-programmer successful enough to joke about retiring to the links in an adoptive cold climate. His past of a quarter-century ago is never broached with his Canadian family, which knows nothing about his service in the Syrian Military Intelligence Service, the accusation of treason which forced him to flee into exile, or the fiancée, friends and enemies left behind.
Two seconds into the movie, Kareem is informed that elder daughter Muna (Jay Anstey), a young professional photographer, is not in Greece after all but instead has gone missing in the Damascus where she secretly went to learn something about her father’s origins...." !
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