The drama tells the story of the past and current lives of three Iraqi mental patients amidst the "Shock and Awe" campaign of the invasion of Iraq. Following is a list of documentaries from, chiefly, the past decade. Journey to Mecca This IMAX film, narrated by Ben Kinsley, is set in , and traces the journey of Ibn Battutah, one of the world's greatest travelers, from his home in Tangiers to Mecca to complete his hajj pilgrimage. And where is the Carrie of Season 6 who courageously confronted Aleksandr Petrovsky, played by Mikhail Baryshnikov, about the difference between romance and materialism? You will find there is a lot more to see than the classically romantic Lawrence of Arabia , which is probably what first comes to mind. The film runs in English and Arabic with English subtitles. And then it began to change its identity, to be destroyed, and so many refugees and displaced people from the Aleppo countryside came to Al Miden and found their new homes there, when, in the same time, the Armenians who lived here for a hundred years, and had been a part of this land, had to flee and leave the country. Kaprealian said the film is about watching what was happening in Aleppo, in itself a subversive activity. Happy to have company, he entertains the children with fictional stories of his adventures traveling the world, while encouraging them to have their own dreams and ambitions. Morocco has a history of offering Hollywood producers a safe and secure Arabian backdrops for their productions. So I did this with some kind of generalizing. The film is in Arabic with English subtitles. In Arabic and Kurdish, with English subtitles. Also, many of the films are influenced by European cinema more than Hollywood cinema, so there is a quiet and a beauty to them that is quite cinematic. Laila's Birthday A judge returns from abroad to the West Bank city of Ramallah, where, because the government has run out of money to pay his wages, he must earn a living by driving his brother-in-law's taxi. The majority of the action takes place in the fictional Middle Eastern country of Fuad, which, as anyone who knows anything about the Middle East will know, is a stand-in for Lebanon.