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Ben Gapinski 6 years ago
Good story. decent movie to watch.
Kakra over 6 years ago
Igor Simic 7 years ago
Fun to watch but not much else to it.
Georgia Emily over 7 years ago
Had so much going for it, but lacked depth.
Justinas Jarukaitis over 1 year ago
Matt Campbell over 2 years ago
Simon Taylor over 3 years ago
Edsel Dope over 3 years ago
Asael Acosta 4 years ago
Paul Mathers 4 years ago
Andrey Cherkashin over 4 years ago
Gary over 4 years ago
Tanja Vojkovic over 4 years ago
Sarah Burke over 4 years ago
Jack Genius almost 5 years ago
Inês 5 years ago
Daniela 5 years ago
Devin Smith over 5 years ago
Marc Ouwerkerk over 5 years ago
"Based on actual events, The Devil’s Double recounts the remarkable tale of Latif Yahia, an Iraqi army lieutenant who was summoned to Saddam Hussein’s palace in 1987 and ordered to become the fiday, or body double, of his notorious eldest son, Uday. Many of his countrymen might have considered this a great honor, but it was merely the beginning of a hellish nightmare for Latif. Under the constant threat of harm to his family, he had no choice but to play the role of silent witness while his nefarious captor indulged in countless brutal and depraved fantasies with no regard for human life. In a brilliant turn, Dominic Cooper portrays both Uday and Latif with impressive ease, transitioning seamlessly between the personae of ruthless madman and disgusted observer. Director Lee Tamahori (Once Were Warriors) makes his return to the Sundance Film Festival with this unimaginable true story straight from Saddam’s Iraq." Quoting the description from the 2011 Sundance Film Festival site.
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