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'Nowhere To Hide' Tells Story of Iraqi Medic

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The documentary film, Nowhere to Hide chronicles the collapse of Iraq’s society through the horrific experiences of a medic in the war-ravaged country. The film begins in 2011 and follows Nori Sharif for five years. Tony Sarabia, guest-hosting for Jerome McDonnell, is joined by WBEZ film contributor, Milos Stehlik of Facets. They talk with the film’s director, Zaradasht Ahmed.  Nowhere To Hide premiers in Chicago July 14-20, 2017 at Facets Cinémathèque.

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