Review: Path of Blood

 

Deep in the Saudi desert, young thrill-seekers at jihadi boot camp sign up to a plot to overthrow the Saudi government.

They detonate three horrific car bombs at Western compounds in downtown Riyadh and become embroiled in a nail-biting game of cat and mouse with government forces. As their plans unravel, they resort to ever more brutal tactics.

Exposing the dark side of the human soul, PATH OF BLOOD reveals Al Qaeda as you’ve never seen it before. Using a treasure trove of Al Qaeda home-movie footage captured by the security services, this haunting documentary film shows how brainwashed idealism and the youthful pursuit of adventure can descend into madness and carnage.

Path of Blood Film Trailer – Coming Soon from Path of Blood on Vimeo.

Mark Boal (ZERO DARK THIRTY, THE HURT LOCKER), Abdulrahman Alrashed, Adel Alabdulkarim

“It is shocking and amazing. I’ve never seen anything like it. This is an un-sanitized version of what it really means to be confronting terrorism.”
Aimen Dean, security consultant, former MI6 agent, and former member of Al Qaeda

“Another piece of the puzzle unfolds.”
Oliver Stone, Oscar-winning director, producer, and screenwriter

“An eye-opening documentary.”
Zing Tsjeng, Dazed

“Gripping and terrifying, with dazzling moments of bizarre humour.”
Kaleem Aftab, film producer and film critic, The Independent

“Horrifying and incredibly revealing. It’s a film that needed to be made and makes us question the nature of good and evil. At times unbearable but wholly necessary.”
Stephen Fry, actor, writer, presenter

 

Out now in selected U.K. Cinemas

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