2 thoughts on “Day of the Falcon”

  1. Saudi Propaganda Film In the Day of the Falcon, Auda is a young very humble Saudi man who leads his people to unify and seek harmony with the West. As an epic film I would give Day of the Falcon a strong A. However, the reality of Saudi Arabia is very different than the film portrays. Osama Bin Laden is more like the real face of Saudi Arabia. Most of the hijackers at 911 were from Saudi Arabia and there is strong evidence that the King of Saudi Arabia financed 911. There are no Christian churches allowed in…

  2. Captures some of the complexity of Arabia, in a compelling story I see the one-star reviews hate the movie not for the movie’s sake. One even admits it merits an “A” strictly as a movie. They hate it because it is about Muslims, and doesn’t paint horns on every last one of them. How many of those folks have taken the time to get to know some educated Muslims, I wonder. To talk through all those issues, instead of simply reading inflammatory incitements by people with agendas. Anyway, to the movie:It tells the story of Auda, a young Arab son…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *