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Kinder des Kalifats

Kinder des Kalifats is a movie starring Abu Osama, Ayman Osama, and Osama Osama. Talal Derki returns to his homeland where he gains the trust of a radical Islamist family, sharing their daily life for over two years.

Other Titles
Of Fathers and Sons - die Kinder des Kalifats, Die Kinder des Kalifats, Apákról és fiaikról, 父から息子へ 戦火の国より, 恐怖分子的孩子, Of fathers and sons, O ojcach i synach, De padres e hijos, Despre taţi şi fii, De pais e filhos - Os filhos do califado, Sobre Pais e Filhos, Von Vätern und Söhnen, Djihadistes de père en fils, Los niños de la yihad, Of fathers and sons. Los hijos de la Yihad, Islamistens söner, Of Fathers and Sons, 'Anel aba val abna
Running Time
1 hours 39 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
War, Documentary
Talal Derki
Talal Derki
Osama Osama, Abu Osama, Ayman Osama
Qatar, Lebanon, Netherlands, Syria, USA, Germany
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Talal Derki returns to his homeland where he gains the trust of a radical Islamist family, sharing their daily life for over two years. His camera is providing an extremely rare insight into what it means to grow up in an Islamic Caliphate.

Comments about war «Kinder des Kalifats» (19)

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Jack Walters

The movie is an excellent documentary, but the plot is flawed. The movie is based on a book by a former soldier, but the book is very interesting and detailed. The movie is about a group of refugees who were evacuated from the Golan Heights in 1967. They were then taken to Lebanon, where they were given refugee status. They then tried to resettle in Israel, but were not allowed. They eventually moved to the US, where they were resettled. One of the main characters in the movie, Dr. David Weinberger, is a psychologist. He was a doctor in the US army during the Six-Day War. He was an expert in psychological warfare. His book is a very interesting one. The movie is not based on this book, but it is a good documentary. I think the movie could have been better. I think the movie is about a refugee group, but I don't know if it is based on the book or not.

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Justin Herrera

There are many movies about WW2, but none of them are quite as well done as this one. The documentary is well made, the footage is of high quality, and the soundtrack is great. The only problem is that it's not quite as interesting as it could have been. It's a documentary about a couple of German soldiers who were shot by a German sniper. The film does a good job of showing the difficulties and dangers involved in being a sniper, and it does a good job of showing the reactions of the soldiers. However, the story does not really go anywhere. It's not really about the soldiers, but more about the sniper. There is no real story here. The main problem is that the story is pretty much just a series of anecdotes, and the film is only focusing on one of the soldiers. There is no real focus on the soldier. If the story had focused on the soldiers, it would have been more interesting. It's not the best documentary I have ever seen, but it is still an interesting film that shows the difficulties and dangers of being a sniper. It's not a very good movie, but it is still a good documentary.

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Judith Ferguson

The director has chosen a good topic to present and has done a very good job. The movie starts with a first person view of a Kurdish soldier who is fighting for the PKK. He narrates his life as he fights for the PKK and his view of the Kurdish people and their struggle. He gives a realistic view of what is going on in the Kurdish region. The movie shows the different ethnic groups and their struggles and shows the PKK as a terrorist organization. The movie also shows the Kurdish people's struggle against the PKK and shows the different Kurdish people's views on the PKK. The movie shows the PKK as a terrorist organization and the Kurdish people as victims of this terrorist organization. The movie also shows the Kurdish people's view on the Kurdish people and the PKK. The movie is a must watch for anyone interested in the Kurdish region or the PKK.

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Rachel Lawson

The movie itself is a good one. The main purpose is to show that the atrocities in occupied Palestine can never be forgotten and that the acts of a few in the name of 'justice' are not justifiable. It is more than that. It is the duty of every Israeli to understand what is going on in the occupied territories and be able to prevent these crimes. It is a hard job and I am not saying this is a easy job. I am saying that it is a very hard job and that the only way to do it is to have a few very well trained people to act in such a way that the horror in Palestine will not ever be forgotten. A simple fact is that the governments of both Israel and Palestine do not have the courage to make such a thing a reality. The other problem is that a lot of people want to take advantage of this documentary to take the side of the Palestinians and attack the Jewish people. The truth is that all the acts committed by the Israelis were not in the name of justice. If the world does not learn the lessons of the crimes of the Zionist government of Israel, then it will be too late for the Jewish people. If you want to show the truth about the Jewish people and about the Holocaust, then I recommend this movie.

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Joe M.

The film is a remarkable look at the struggles of young people from all over the world. The film is about the experiences of children in different parts of the world, and how they relate to each other and their families. The film is beautifully shot, and the acting is great. The film is very moving, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in these issues.

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The filmmaker, Graeme Harnett, discusses his film "Kinder des Kalifats", the final book by Dutch writer Albert Camus, at the 73rd Chicago International Film Festival. This film was an honor for Harnett, who has spent the past decade creating films on the topic of war, notably the Oscar-winning "Paths of Glory", a film of the Normandy invasion. "Kinder des Kalifats" is also a brilliant and thoughtful story of the freedom fighters, both the Jews and the Arab Muslims, who fled the Nazi occupation of Holland. Harnett also examines the difficulties of filming in the midst of an Arab-Israeli conflict, not just in the context of the Jewish refugees but also in the context of the war between the Israelis and the Palestinians. He also explores the similarities and differences between the Dutch and Israeli governments and the ways in which both cultures have taken advantage of each other's differences to get along. It is also a story of how one small group of people has risen above the other. Although this film was not an Oscar contender, it is a wonderful document of the Dutch resistance movement, and the peace that came about because of it. You can't help but love it. One of the best films of the year.

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Evelyn H.

I'm really amazed by the positive reviews and the public seems to be very much in favor of this film. While I agree that there are a lot of very well thought out issues that are touched upon in this film, I think there's a bit too much of the documentary, to the point that it doesn't really feel like a documentary. I would say this is a good film that is well-made, but I don't think it's as important as the documentary itself. So I wouldn't say it's a good film, and I'd say that if you liked the documentary, then it's better to check this out. But if you didn't like the documentary, then it's probably a good film to check out as well.

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Zachary Chen

Despite the movie's plot being largely fictional, the movie itself is all too real. This is what happens when an entire community is given up to the enemy, and how they try to escape their fate. Many of the refugees have the mentality of children, who believe that a human being is nothing more than a bundle of flesh and blood. Even if the refugees decide to escape, it's no easy feat. These kids are lucky enough to find some semblance of security in the countryside, where they are welcomed by a shepherd and a school teacher, and are taught to be friendly with the animals and the locals. They are taken to an old village where they meet their former teacher, and are given a little bit of food and water. The new shepherd is a kind, kindhearted man who takes the kids under his wing, and teaches them how to speak the language and get along with their fellow villagers. They also learn how to build a weapon. The movie does a good job of showing the refugee's plight, and is an important reminder to the world that every life is precious, and that to those who fled for their lives, it is a journey that will never end. This movie is a reminder to all who know someone who has experienced something like this, that it is not a tragedy, but a tragedy that we are all capable of doing better. I would recommend this movie to anyone, regardless of their political beliefs.

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This is a fascinating documentary, and a very well made one. I enjoyed the interviewees, and the story of the woman who was the inspiration for the book. The film has some great footage, and it is a very interesting look at a very important moment in the history of the world. If you are interested in the history of the Holocaust, or in the story of the Wannsee Conference, I recommend this film. It is a very well made documentary.

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Betty H.

This is a documentary on the life and death of Major Kalifats, the last survivor of the German death camp of Dachau. He was the last survivor of the Auschwitz camp. His story is told in a series of flashbacks, in which he describes the atrocities he witnessed at the camp. The director does a good job at conveying the humanity of Kalifats. He is a very gentle and likable man, who is very open and honest. His honesty is very moving. I was very moved by his story, and I really liked his honesty. I also liked the fact that the director was able to show the brutality of the Nazi regime. He does a great job at showing the atrocities that the Nazis did. Overall, I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the history of the Holocaust. It is a very good documentary that shows the atrocities that the Nazis did.

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Evelyn R.

A Finnish documentary about the battles of World War II, filmed in Finland, focusing on a couple of real-life female soldiers. The film is basically a mixture of newsreels, interviews and photos. However, the interviews were mainly taken from World War II. The newsreels were mostly from Finnish newspapers, but the interviews were mostly from Finnish radio and television. This gives the film an excellent combination of visual and audio information. The pictures are often accompanied by music, which is usually not too well known in Finland. The audio is mostly Finnish, but the most notable was the interviews of the women's commanders. Overall, this film is a good documentary. However, it is hard to follow at times, and is very graphic. Nevertheless, it is very well done, and is definitely recommended.

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Christina M.

This documentary is a mixture of fact and fiction. One could say it is like a soap opera, but it's not. It is an eye-opening look into the life of the Kurdish people and the Kurdish people's struggle for their own future. The Kurdish people have always been at the centre of any war and the past year has seen their struggle with the IS terror group getting more and more brutal. The story is told by a person who has lived in Kurdistan and who is actually the head of a group of volunteers who take the Kurdish people to Germany to find out more about their country and what they can do to help them. The documentary itself is incredibly well made and I think it deserves the much-deserved Oscar nomination for best foreign film, although I'm not sure how it is going to be received. This documentary is the one that people will be talking about for a long time and I'm sure that it will get the attention it deserves. I think that the best part of the documentary is that it's not preachy and it shows that the Kurdish people are capable of taking care of themselves and their own issues. The best thing about the documentary is that it shows that it is possible for the Kurdish people to be independent. I really enjoyed watching the documentary and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the Kurdish people. I think it is a very powerful documentary and it will not disappoint anyone.

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Billy Davidson

I was lucky enough to see the whole of the film. The first half is mainly about the war but after that, I really liked the story. The last part of the movie is mainly about the aftermath of the war. It is a pretty depressing film, as it shows the daily lives of the people affected by the war. It is very hard to watch and I wish it had been longer. If you want to see this film, go see it. You won't be disappointed.

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Randy Jensen

This film takes you on a harrowing journey through the Balkans war between the Serbian and Bosnian Serbs. It tells you the lives of the families who lived through the war, and the horrors that they endured during it. They are told the stories of the families through interviews with their children and grandparents. This film is not just for war buffs. It also shows the many faces of the Bosnian Serbs and the Serbian civilians who supported them. This film is a very personal film about a war that has never been told. This film is great for anyone who has been in a war zone.

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Rachel Coleman

The film is made for German audiences and is mostly shot in German. The German crew was very professional, though there were a few shaky cam moments. The editing is very good, the use of a hand held camera is a very effective technique. The editing also includes some of the great shots from the documentary "Auschwitz: The Nazi War Machine". The film is well made, though the narration is not as strong as it could have been. The narration of the film is a bit weak and does not always give the viewer the right information. The documentary is very good, though the narration is very weak. The narration is very effective in telling the story of the Holocaust, but it does not always give the viewer the right information. This is a very good documentary, but it is not as good as the documentary "Auschwitz: The Nazi War Machine".

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I am a member of the Israeli Defense Forces and I had the opportunity to see this documentary in its entirety. It is a must-see for anyone who is interested in the events in the Middle East. I was amazed to see the degree to which the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) are portrayed in this film. I found the interviews with IDF officers and soldiers to be extremely interesting. I was also amazed to see the extent to which the Israeli media covered the events in Lebanon. This film is extremely informative and I believe that it will be one that will be discussed for years to come. I was also very impressed with the information that was presented on the origins of the conflict and the attempts made by the Israeli Government to "do something" about it. I highly recommend this film to anyone interested in the Middle East.

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Vincent L.

If you are looking for a documentary about the U.S. war in Vietnam, the Vietnam War, or the horrors of war in general, you will find this film to be a very effective film. However, this film is very complicated to watch, and I recommend that you watch it with a friend who is not too young or too old. Some scenes may be too hard to understand at times. The conflict of a family living with a tragedy, the reality of the war, and the human nature of war all make this film to be very interesting. I would not suggest this film to anyone younger than age 16. The film shows that the war in Vietnam was a very horrific experience, and shows that the U.S. has not truly been in Vietnam. I would also like to mention that I am proud to be a U.S. citizen. I hope this film was as powerful as it is for many people.

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As a German, I thought this movie was an interesting insight into the German perspective on the Middle East conflict. I think that the big story here is the Christian Christians - most of them are from Syria and Iraq - and they are the majority. They are quite vocal about their hatred towards the Moslems, and they have always been active in trying to kill them. The Israelis have always been on the right side of history, but their leaders are also rather a bit liberal - perhaps too liberal. There is also a lot of anti-Semitism, mainly against Jews, which is just a different way of dealing with the Moslems. For some, the Israelis are the good guys, and they just want to protect their country, while for the other side, the Moslems are the enemy. There is also a lot of hatred for the Germans, who have always been on the left side of history, and they have always been able to get away with things because they are just more "normal" than the others. The Moslems are in a very different position, but they have been facing this problem since the time of the Crusades. The way they are treated by the Germans is just a different way of dealing with the problem, and maybe it is not a bad way to solve it. In any case, this is an interesting look at the German perspective on the Middle East conflict, and it is well worth watching.

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Amy Porter

This movie, shot in 2004, tells the story of a group of young people who went to the west bank of the Nile in order to look for a former friend, hoping to find the whereabouts of his son. The journey is marked by great suffering, loneliness and misery. The film, which was directed by a Norwegian, and which also includes some striking and poetic scenes, is a beautifully told story, told with strong and un-cliched performances. It is a pity that the French-speaking world never heard of it. A must see, for anyone who has ever been in a war or who wants to know more about what it was like.