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Baghdad Central - Season 1

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In an exciting atmosphere, this drama series, which portrays the life in Iraq especially after the falling of Saddam Hussein, as the cop Muhsin al-Khafaji had lost everything in his life, his fortunes and his family, to find himself looking for the main thing which stays throughout his life, his senior little girl, who is vanished. In this way, the primary season of this series starts with battles to Muhsin al-Khafaji, who put forth a valiant effort to locate his more established little girl after her vanishing suddenly, by the manner in which his little girl is the only thing which he has throughout his life, particularly after losing his family.
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The Arts Desk
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February 04, 2020

As Khafaji, Waleed Zuaiter brings a wholly convincing air of crushed world-weariness, as he keeps on keeping on because there is no alternative.
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The Mail on Sunday (UK)
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February 10, 2020

If I was struck by anything, it was the humanity and warmth of Zuaiter's performance, so if I go back, it will be for that. I've decided. I will go back.
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
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February 04, 2020

It has the confidence to make Muhsin the lead, with Zuaiter more than holding his own against the excellent Bertie Carvel, who plays a British bureaucrat sharing Saddam's repurposed Republican Palace with Americans he loathes.
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Financial Times
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February 04, 2020

Powercuts, checkpoints and harassment form the daily routine for these Iraqis, who hoped so much and got so little from regime change. A soundscape of Arabic music adds a thrilling pulse of menace as the action moves inexorably towards violence.
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Times (UK)
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February 04, 2020

I can see this noir is well done, but I'm not sure I have the stomach for a whole series.
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Guardian

February 04, 2020

Baghdad Central is what Channel 4 calls a "dual-language drama", aiming to strike a perfect balance between subtitles-for-authenticity and English-for-easy-viewing. It mostly succeeds.
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