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UFO Viewings: Awesome Free Stuff

Free Stuff

There are some places on the internet where you can find and enjoy free features/docues and so on but usually they would be old. Other sites will require your credit card or that you fill a survey but also will demand changes on your main home page and/or your preferred search engine.
One site that does not, apparently, require things from you and has some good ol' stuff is here:

Ziad Doueiri

The Attack (2012)

I do not know why this 2012 movie you are about to see is made available so soon for free sharing. Full movie!
You can read my article on it by clicking on the link below.

Movie Critical Article: The Attack

Watch 'The Attack' movie trailer:


Watch 'The Attack' full movie HERE

The second freebie today is the Kurd movie (Rhino Season), also a 2012 production. Reason for early release for free-viewing is not yet clear! At least for me!
Below is a version with Arabic subtitles. I am trying to bring the one with English subtitles, so bear with me.
Both movies are Middle Eastern BTW! I hope this free 'thing' does not have to do with any political concessions or agreements! Lol.

Rhino Season. Iraq/Turkey. A Martin Scorsese Production. 2012. 90 min.
Language: Persian, Turkish, English. 
Genre: Drama based on true story.
Directed by: Bahman Ghobadi (who wrote and directed Turtles Can Fly 2004=Crystal Bear Berlin 05)
Monica Bellucci


Quick description of the movie story:

Kurdish-Iranian poet Sahel ( real-life name is Kurdish poet Sadegh Kamangar) has just been released from a 30-year prison sentence in Iran. Now the one thing keeping him going is the thought of finding his wife, who thinks him dead for over 20 years..
Here is the movie with Arabic subtitles:




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