Sisters in Arms... Latest Film about the Kurdish Women fighters


27/7/2019 15:24:00
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French director Caroline Fourest's film "Sisters in Arms" is due to be released on October 9.

 

The film tells the story of a battalion of women fighters and volunteers who have confronted ISIS terrorist organization in Western Kurdistan, inspired by a true story about a Kurdish woman fighter called Zara who was kidnapped by ISIS and was sold to one of the terrorists.

 

Caroline gave the film to the Kurdish women fighters and volunteers from all over the world who have defeated ISIS which she described as "the last world war." She said: "In recognition of their efforts, it is an epic that honors women's forces and brings in talented actors."

 

 

 

 

 

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