Life After Daesh (2017)

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In this groundbreaking TV series, ISIS defectors from Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Morocco reveal why they joined, what they did, and why they decided to risk their lives to escape from the world's most dangerous terrorist organization.

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29 August 2017 | celestefelisa
10
| Outstanding!
Outstanding production! It's so interesting to watch, you'll want to finish the whole season in one night. This series takes you to the real lives and events, happening as they record. It's incredible to think they were actually able to produce something so realistic, especially taking into account how dangerous it could have been. This is a present time matter that should concern everyone in American and around the world, it's totally worth the time.

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Release Date:

12 July 2017

Language

Arabic


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Iraq

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