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Reviews by the audience who had the chance to watch the full documentary…

I think the film covers very important periods in Iraqi history through the story of the National Orchestra, particularly after the 2003 war. It manages to educate the viewer, and still provide him/her with the enjoyment every viewer is seeking. The film also gives the viewer access to the lives and personal experiences of those involved with the orchestra throughout its history, sharing the pain and also the humor. I saw the film with a group of friends, and we were all able (as Iraqis living in Baghdad) to relate to story told through the film, and I believe non-Iraqi viewers would get the chance to remotely experience the events that this critical part of the world has undergone. Well done.

Ahmed Safaa

In my personal opinion, it is a must-see film for anyone who is interested to know about one of the oldest Symphony Orchestras, the expert selection of the interviewers provided the viewer with deep insights of the experiences and hardships experienced by the Orchestra’s members. I was not familiar at all with the history of the Orchestra’s foundation and the different eras of history it passed through. I expected to be taken through a brief journey in Iraq’s history and I wasn’t disappointed at all. The most intriguing part of the documentary was when of the concerts was performed with no electricity; only by candle lights. The image of the stage lit by candlelight surrounding the players was spectacular.

Andre Gibson

The reason I watched this film in one of the festivals is because the title of the film fascinated me since I enjoy listening to classical music performed by live Orchestras. I have also discovered while the film was running that this film was not solely focusing on the Orchestra itself, rather it also educated me about the modern history of Iraq in an interlinked narration from the Orchestra’s perspective. The film is very satisfying to those who is interested in learning more about other nations, history, culture, and political conflicts. After leaving the theater, I was wondering if i could watch it again in the future.

Emma Albert

Watch the full documentary now and be one of the first people who gain historical featured information that is not found else where..