Zaman: The Man from the Reeds

Zaman: The Man from the Reeds


Zaman is a sweet and sad story about love and devotion, hope and fear. Zaman (Sami Kaftan), and his wife, Najma (Shatha Salim), have built their happy life together in their house of reeds and, though childless, adopted a boy, Yacine (Hussein Imad), orphaned by the 1991 Gulf War. They have lived a quiet, contented existence until Najma falls ill. The local doctor tells them she needs surgery or some special medicine he does not have. And so Zaman sets off in his small boat and journeys up the Tigris to Baghdad in search of the precious cure. Thus begins the journey of salvation and discovery for "Zaman, the Man of the Reeds." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Zaman: The Man from the Reeds torrent reviews

Chris S (gb) wrote: Not a bad movie and quite intriguing. I definitely won't be joining any medical trials anytime soon.

Wesley H (nl) wrote: somehow it's similar to Johnny To's movie... simon yam is acting well.

Najee M (mx) wrote: movie is freaking hilarious a must see movie i have not seen a movie this funny from beginning to end in a long time

Lori W (jp) wrote: It started out ok. Hooked me in. Then it turned into a boring, juvenile piece of crap. Did a 12 year old boy make this movie?

Melody C (ag) wrote: acting's not bad (aside from Jay). plot's a bit predictable. bet most ppl r there 4 "the view"

Charles S (es) wrote: just one long nonsensical episode. The main problem with Family Guy is they have jokes that have absolutely nothing to do with story or plot in general. It's the perfect comdey for the rapid fire randomness of the youth today.

Jason C (au) wrote: I hate to admit that I own a copy of this movie. My nephews like it, as soon as they outgrow it I will burn this movie.

Cheri S (br) wrote: Good overall story but very drawn out in parts.

Russell G (mx) wrote: The ridiculous exaggerated situations are funny& the lovable but dumb characters are well cast. This is a enjoyable and insightful comedy. Alan Alda, John Candy, Rip Torn, Rhea Perlman & a ton Canada stereotypes keep the laughs coming. Under all the laughs Michael Moore makes a few political points that are subtle and funny. He really should have continued making movies like these to make his points instead of his lazy excuse for documentaries.

Phillip G (au) wrote: I think the greatest made for TV movie ever!..hilarious!..laugh just as hard every time i see it!

Les E (jp) wrote: OK gangster romance. Lots of double crossing and scheming. Does the bad guy really have a heart?

Paul B (us) wrote: I liked this. Pierce is basically a retired Agent in this who comes out of retirement for a mission. Similar to his Bond role... If you liked him in Bond, you'll like this.