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Angels Die in the Soil

Iran (MIFF 2008)

Director: Babak Amini

Angels Die in the Soil

An Iraqi-Kurdish girl faces war and redemption. Australian Premiere.


D/P/S Babak Amini TD DigiBeta/2007/30mins

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