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When a British-born actor abandons his Hollywood career to volunteer to Join the Kurdish YPG to fight ISIS in Syria, many see him as a selfless hero battling America’s most insidious enemy. But others think he’s a hot-tempered narcissist, staging a publicity stunt to further his career – and when his service ends, neither the UK nor the US welcome him back. Through incisive interviews with the actor, his supporters, his detractors, and top-tier experts – and featuring the actor’s own jaw-dropping helmet-cam video of deadly battles with and interrogations of ISIS fighters – Heval gives viewers unprecedented access into a war against evil and one man’s controversial role in it.

Heval review by Soap2day

Heval - a flawless and tasteful cinematography for the demanding viewer.

You won`t regret spending 106 minutes at the screen.

When it comes to movies of the genre Documentary, this film immediately comes to mind.

A top-rated movie of 2021, thanks to its inspired storyline.

Adam R. Wood`s ability to set the accents in all the right places made the movie a real piece of work.

On the screen Macer Gifford, Michael Enright live out their roles as in life.

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Duration: 106 min


IMDb: 6.3

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