Iran-Iraq war documentary premieres in Canada

A documentary about two former soldiers who fought on opposite sides in the Iran-Iraq war and then became friends after moving to Canada has premiered in Toronto.

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    A documentary about two former soldiers who fought on opposite sides in the Iran-Iraq war and then became friends after moving to Canada has premiered in Toronto.

    The film is called My Enemy, My Brother and has been shown at the city's Hot Docs film festival.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports.


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