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Letters from Baghdad

Letters from Baghdad

She was as controversial as the history she made. Oct. 06, 2016 95 Min.
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Director

Zeva Oelbaum
Director

Cast

Tilda Swinton isGertrude Bell (voice)
Gertrude Bell (voice)
Adam Astill isSgt. Frank Stafford
Sgt. Frank Stafford
Tom Chadbon isSir Valentine '
Sir Valentine '
Simon Chandler isDavid Hogarth
David Hogarth
Joanna David isJanet Courtney
Janet Courtney
Anthony Edridge isSir Arnold '
Sir Arnold '
Amed Hashimi isSuleiman Faidhi
Suleiman Faidhi
Andrew Havill isSir Percy Cox
Sir Percy Cox
Michael Higgs isGeneral Sir Gilbert Clayton
General Sir Gilbert Clayton
Hayat Kamille isMme. Jamil Zadeh
Mme. Jamil Zadeh

Synopsis

Letters from Baghdad :-Watch Letters from Baghdad on 123moviestvshow.com,Gertrude Bell, the most powerful woman in the British Empire in her day, shaped the destiny of Iraq after WWI in ways that still reverberate today.So they took letters that Bell wrote and inserts from her journals and had Swinton narrate over footage from the Ottoman Empire or reenactments. Either would most likely be correct thanks to the advancements of cinematic technology of today. Adding to this are dramatization interviews with actors playing people that Bell knew in her time and could tell us about her.Think I like this better than Queen of the Desert which stared Nicole Kidman. Both movies are important to tell the story of this important woman but of course, Letters to Baghdad portrayed a real Gertrude Bell. Queen of the Desert portrayed her as being on this pedi stool (Does not help that she’s being played by a hot movie star), but I like how Letters to Baghdad more so pointed out the flaws, flaws that I think help let us know the type of woman it takes to do what Bell did.

Original title Letters from Baghdad
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