Life's a mash-up of fantasy and reality in kids' heads. But what if the kids live in a war zone? Does the fighting curtail the light sabres and magic princesses? Belfast born Mark Cousins goes to an Iraqi village to find out. It's Ramadan, so the adults are indoors. Cousins gives the kids little cameras to film their lives. He hears of a fish called Bery who lives in a magical palace.
A child combs a dove's feathers in the gloaming. In the resulting film we see life when the war tide is out. This award winning, critically acclaimed documentary by Mark Cousins is now available to buy on DVD in the UK for the first time, along with a limited edition (of 50) full sized QUAD posters signed by the director. See buying options below ... and Enjoy!

Please note we can only ship to the UK, sorry.

The First Movie
DVD


THE FIRST MOVIE dvd is available in the UK on DVD. Order your copy now by clicking the button below and your DVD will be despatched by the next working day after receipt of payment. Special introductory price of £9.99 plus 1st class recorded delivery of £1.50.


The First Movie POSTER

THE FIRST MOVIE poster limited edition (only 50 available with director's signature) of full sized QUAD posters signed by Mark Cousins. Available in the UK. Order your copy now by clicking the button below and your poster will be despatched by the next working day after receipt of payment. £14.99 plus 1st class recorded delivery of £3.80.


The First Movie DVD+POSTER

THE FIRST MOVIE dvd & poster set - buy the DVD and POSTER together and save £5. Available in the UK. Order your set now by clicking the button below and it will be despatched by the next working day after receipt of payment. £19.98 plus 1st class recorded delivery of £5.30.






DVD specification: Duration: 77 mins, Director: Mark Cousins, Country: UK, Certificate: E , Genre: Documentary, Languages: English & Kurdish with English subtitles, Region: PAL region 0
POSTER specification: 1016x762mm, 170gsm silk, 4 colour processing, limited edition of only 50 signed by director Mark Cousins
Please note we can only ship to the UK, sorry.