Airlift🇰🇼 Kuwait The 1990s
170,000 Refugees, 488 Flights, 59 Days, 1 Man — When Iraq invades Kuwait in August, 1990, a callous Indian businessman becomes the spokesperson for more than 170,000 stranded countrymen.
Zero Dark Thirty🇰🇼 Kuwait The 2000s The 2010s
The greatest manhunt in history. — A chronicle of the decade-long hunt for al-Qaeda terrorist leader Osama bin Laden after the September 2001 attacks, and his death at the hands of the Navy S.E.A.L. Team 6 in May, 2011.
The Men Who Stare at Goats🇰🇼 Kuwait The 1970s The 1980s The 1990s The 2000s
No goats. No glory. — A reporter in Iraq might just have the story of a lifetime when he meets Lyn Cassady, a guy who claims to be a former member of the U.S. Army's New Earth Army, a unit that employs paranormal powers in their missions.
Jarhead🇰🇼 Kuwait The 1980s The 1990s
Welcome to the suck. — Jarhead is a film about a US Marine Anthony Swofford’s experience in the Gulf War. After putting up with an arduous boot camp, Swofford and his unit are sent to the Persian Gulf where they are eager to fight, but are forced to stay back from the action. Swofford struggles with the possibility of his girlfriend cheating on him, and as his mental state deteriorates, his desire to kill increases.
Live from Baghdad🇰🇼 Kuwait The 1990s
Breaking News - Making History — A group of CNN reporters wrestle with journalistic ethics and the life-and-death perils of reporting during the Gulf War.A Directors Guild Award-winning movie for director Mick Jackson, starring Michael Keaton and Helena Bonham Carter. In 1990, CNN was a 24-hour news network in search of a 24-hour story. They were about to find it in Baghdad. Veteran CNN producer Robert Wiener and his longtime producing partner Ingrid Formanek find themselves in Iraq on the eve of war. Up against the big three networks, Weiner and his team are rebels with a cause, willing to take risks to get the biggest stories and - unlike their rivals - take them live at a moment's notice. As Baghdad becomes an inevitable US target, one by one the networks pull out of the city until only the crew from CNN remains. With a full-scale war soon to be launched all around them, and CNN ready to broadcast whatever happens 24 hours a day, Wiener and Formanek are about to risk their lives for the story of a lifetime.
Three Kings🇰🇼 Kuwait The 1990s
It's good to be King. — A group of American soldiers stationed in Iraq at the end of the Gulf War find a map they believe will take them to a huge cache of stolen Kuwaiti gold hidden near their base, and they embark on a secret mission that's destined to change everything.
Uncle Sam🇰🇼 Kuwait
I want you... dead! — The corpse of a patriotic veteran comes back to life on July 4th and goes on a killing spree in his hometown, targeting anyone who offends his ultra-patriotic views.
The Heroes of Desert Storm🇰🇼 Kuwait
The first Iraq war saw many tragedies and acts of heroism. This is the story seen through the eyes of the men and women involved.
Best Defense🇰🇼 Kuwait The 1980s
Unfortunately, they're both on our side. — Wylie is a lazy engineer. Landry is a Sergeant specialising in Armour. They have never met but their lives become entangled when Landry must take the tank Wylie designed into combat. Wylie is waiting for his employer to go out of business when he meets another engineer who gives him a disk with the plans for a system that will save his employer. The other engineer is dead moments later leaving Wylie with the disk and credit for the design. Suddenly Wylie is no longer a hack, but the saviour of his company and finds his life is no longer the same.
Wolves That Do Not Eat Meat🇰🇼 Kuwait
Wolves That Do Not Eat Meat is an Arabic narrative film from the adventure and suspense films produced in 1973, represented by Izzat Al-Alayli in the role of "Anwar", Nahed Sharif in the role of "Thuraya" and Mohsen Sarhan in the role of "Saleh", and from Kuwait Muhammad Al-Mansour in the role of "Al-Saffah" Khaled Al-Saqabi in the role of “The Officer” and Ali Al-Mufidi in the role of “Al-Akhras”, and from Lebanon Silvana Badrakhan in the role of “Linda” and Les Sirkisian or actress Iman as she was known later in the role of “Nihad”. And directed by Samir A. Khouri. All the movie clips were shot in the State of Kuwait.
The Dupes🇰🇼 Kuwait The 1950s The 1940s
The film follows three Palestinian refugees brought together by dispossession and hope for a better future. Hiding in the tank of a truck, the men attempt to make their way across the border into Kuwait, the "promised land." A masterful adaptation of Ghassan Kanafani's novel Men Under the Sun, The Dupes is also one of the first Arab films to address the Palestinian predicament.
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