The Resource Braving Iraq
- Braving Iraq
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- a production of Aqua Vita Films, Thirteen and the BBC in association with WNET.org ; produced and directed by David Johnson
- In the early 1990s, Saddam Hussein destroyed the Mesopotamian Marshes, once the richest wildlife habitat in the Middle East. Now one man is making an extraordinary effort to restore both animals and people to the scene of one of the greatest ecocides of the twentieth century. Is it a dream too far? Can man and animal live again in what remains one of the most politically troubled and dangerous places on Earth?
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- English subtitles for deaf and hard-of-hearing; described video
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- N38 2010
- live action
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