Mr. Sadman
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Mr. Sadman
1990, Baghdad: Mounir, an impressionable and sheltered Saddam Hussein body-double, is blissfully unaware of the impending events that vow to unravel his life. When an angry dissenter attacks him and leaves behind an unsightly facial scar, Mounir suddenly finds himself without a job or a home. Looking for a fresh start, he heads to Los Angeles -- the place where every nobody goes to become a somebody. Taking advantage of his newfound anonymity in a land where scant few have yet heard of Saddam, Mounir struggles to adapt to life in his new home.However, just as he grows accustomed to the… More

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"The film is impeccably cast; it's shot and cut well. Unfortunately, the secret of comedy is that it's the highest form of suspense, and Mr. Sadman is just too bleakly episodic."
‑ F.X. Feeney, L.A. Weekly
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