Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on A Critical Evaluation of a Screening Event. It needs to be at least 2500 words. Having organized a viewing audience, I have been able to recap the entire experience of producing this film from gathering preliminary information to the viewer experience during the film show. This film, largely, conforms to the kind of literature that focuses on the issues that the people faced the Kurdish society. From a critical point of view, the film is a true screening of the facts and the life of the Kurdish people.

As the director of this film, I sneaked into Iraq two weeks after the death of Saddam Hussein. Since I felt like part of Kurdish people, I was closely watching the problems of this part of the Iraq society. I shortly escaped a chemical attack during the political wars and stayed as a refugee thereafter. This was the reason why I was excited but a little afraid to visit Iraq shortly after the death of Saddam Hussein. I wanted to be the first person to screen a film in Baghdad after the removal of the great dictator. The reason why I had taken long before recording such a film is that it would have been illegal to watch such a film during the reign of this leader. Such films were considered as sabotage of the government or a show of the highest level of traitors (Wien, 2012). The context of the film is truthful since it depicts the situation in Iraq during the reign of Saddam Hussein. Everyone was supposed to dance to the tune of the leaders and government criticism was highly condemned. They were supposed to speak positively about the government and to cooperate even if the government laws were oppressive. In contemporary literature, Saddam Hussein is categorized as one of the worst dictators in the history of the world. On this basis, the criticism of the film of dictatorship is valid and acceptable.

The film focuses on the Kurdish city and the people who existed in the post-Saddam era. The film represents the kind of suffering that the people had faced as a result of the war.&nbsp.

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