Where in the World is Osama bin Laden? Trailer Morgan Spurlock
Where in the world is Osama bin Laden? trailer
Rhett talks to Morgan Spurlock (the filmmaker behind the hit documentary, "Super Size Me", about his new movie, "Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?"
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The clip afghan refugees from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
Seems to me they could use a lot more than just roller coasters around here.
No one has done anything for us.
All the international aid goes to those at the top.
It never makes its way down to us.
You got a tent from the UN.
No, we bought it in the black market!
No, we buy it in the black market.
They haven't helped us with land, money or to fix our tent or anything.
Look at this troublemaker! When we're traveling at night,
we have to constantly check the camel to make sure we didn't leave him somewhere.
Have you left him behind before?
Yeah, all the time!
We've lost them many times!
Our lives already passed. We are concerned about our children.
They should be able to have a better life.
The international community
is failing to help this country get on its feet.
Organizations such as USA gauge success by how much money they spend.
Not by what it achieves.
The bigger budget they have, the more impressed they are.
The fact that it doesn't achieve anything, all the clinics don't exist,
no one seems to care back in the States, that information doesn't get there.
No one is helping this place,
and if there is, no one is distributing it.
There are more than 800 houses here but no school or hospital.
We are living the same now as we were under the Taliban.
America must hold our government accountable.
America must ask why didn't you pave the streets with the money we gave you.
All those houses were destroyed by foreign countries.
Why don't they rebuild those houses?
They haven't done anything positive here.
The clip looking for osama in afghanistan from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
Ever see Osama bin Laden around here?
God know, if we catch him, we will tear him apart.
Osama bin Laden's Afghan's enemies.
Who is Osama?
He is the one who destroyed those buildings in America.
Fuck him. And fuck America.
I'm looking for Osama bin Laden.
It is very obvious to the world
that he is hiding in Pakistan.
You should find him so we have peace in the world.
I'm looking for Osama bin Laden.
That is so cool. I love you so much.
I love you too, baby.
That was my baby's little disco heartbeat.
What will happen if I go to Pakistan to look for him?
You will find him.
I will find him?
You want to come look for him with me?
I'll miss my family.
I'm gonna miss my family.
You'll miss your family.
I miss my family very much.
If I went into the tribal area, you think I'd be OK?
God knows what will happen if you go there.
Something terrible will happen to you.
The clip looking for osama in afghanistan Part 2 from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
The Taliban will cut your head.
They'll cut my head? Yeah.
So Alex started getting contractions last night.
Braxton Hicks contractions, which aren't real contractions,
but it's your body preparing for a contraction.
And, here I am, missing it all.
Missing it all, man, missing it all.
The clip talking to villagers from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
They said I should write my blood type on
anything that'd be attached to me.
Scary as shit, man.
What we're concentrating on is your security. That's it.
In a firefight I'm going to come in.
Come to this effect, bring you in and we'll grab you to here.
As soon as I do, I'm going to try to grab you again.
As soon as it's safe, then we're going to move out.
When we go out, we expect to have contact. We expect to get shot at.
Anything goes out there. We always got to be ready for everything.
This is what we call a "friendly village. "
Once they understand it's their choice to talk,
the forces will stand back.
And then whoever wants to talk to you will talk to you.
Morgan, come up, let's introduce you.
This person is a civilian
from America and wants to ask you some questions.
His name is Morgan.
I was hoping you could tell me your thoughts
on the Taliban and the current conflict happening.
What do you think,
who is happy with battles? No one is happy with battles.
We are not happy.
We don't like the war. We want a peaceful life.
We are neither your friends nor the Taliban's. We just want a simple life.
What are things, when you look at your village, you need the most?
In terms of assistance.
The most important problem is the lack of water.
Before the base drilled their well
we didn't have any water problems.
What do you think of Osama bin Laden?
The clip fighting the taliban from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
Let's go now! Now!
Let's go now!
Be advised, I've just been informed of an ambush,
possibly the governor's convoy.
And we are in pursuit of two individuals on foot.
Jedi-1, we're at 2-0-6. That village to our left is where the Taliban went to.
We have one downed Taliban.
We have their motorcycle in our possession. Over.
People have said Afghanistan is a winnable war. What are your thoughts?
In counter-insurgency, killing doesn't work.
Got to work on the center of gravity, the people.
They like having clean water, having a medical clinic.
They like seeing their kids go to school.
It just makes it more difficult for the Taliban to change the tide
and get the people to go to the other side.
Thank you and please tell your commander
the father of Taza Gui says peace.
What would have happened if we had sent more troops here in 2002?
You would have killed more Taliban,
but, I mean, we're killing a lot of Taliban right now.
And they've got the open sieve from the madrassas of Pakistan
in the refugee camps that go to these young kids who don't have a job,
who have no positive outlook in life. They sell them with a lot of propaganda.
Tell them they're going to give their family money, bring them here.
Where is Osama?
I think he's in Pakistan.
The clip pakistan from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
I think it's quite likely that Osama bin Laden is in Pakistan.
The latest intelligence has always seemed to indicate
that he is in Pakistan.
He's probably somewhere along that border region.
Along that border.
Tribal areas of Pakistan.
Senior leadership, number one and two are there.
On the Pakistan border it's particularly dangerous, a region where terror rules.
And where many believe Osama bin Laden could be hiding.
Everyone I've spoken to said this is where Osama's hiding out.
Everyone, that is, except for Pakistanis.
Where is Osama?
You tell me.
Where is Osama?
I'm looking for him. You tell me.
He's in Afghanistan.
Osama bin Laden is here.
Osama bin Laden...
Which animal is that?
I don't where he is, but it's also a question if he's alive or dead.
But, um, his influence is here.
He is a great soldier of the Muslims.
He is fighting for righteousness.
He's a diamond.
Osama is exploiting the root causes.
If we find the root causes, we'll solve everything.
Osama bin Laden is nothing, sir.
He is only one! One person!
Dude, look at that. Even in Pakistan they love wrestling.
All the people like the wrestling.
Tell me why you like wrestling.
Because wrestling is fair.
Can I let you in on a little secret?
Fixed. It's not real.
You are right. I know. You are right.
But when it is for a belt,
then it is not fixed.
I'm looking, uh... How are you?
How are you? Hi.
I'm just looking...
Just based on what everybody has said, I got to think we're within
The clip pakistan Part 2 from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
a couple hundred miles of where he is. Maybe even less.
Yeah, OK. OK. Thank you.
Tomorrow we're heading into this area of the tribal regions,
just past Peshawar, where everyone has told me Osama bin Laden is.
I mean, I have no idea what to expect when I get there.
I've been traveling for months to try and find this person
The clip fear from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
that everybody we talk to... You know, they all say,
"Why are you looking for this person? What is he? He's one man?"
The thing that I've realized is that this whole trip
is a chance to actually go out and see and talk to those people
that we're told to be so scared of all the time.
I'm not somebody who thinks we can sit around the campfire
and sing Kumbaya, you know? That's ridiculous.
But I believe that we create these demons within ourselves.
And we create these demons within the media.
And we create these visions that are so beyond reality.
They start feeding themselves after a while.
Our fear just becomes exponential.
They say when you go looking for trouble, you'll find it.
It's not that I'm looking for trouble. I'm just looking for answers.
And I think I've found a lot.
I think I've found a lot on this trip.
"Attention. Entry of foreigners is prohibited beyond this point. "
Even if I go over the border to find Osama,
it's not going to, suddenly, make the world safer for my kid.
The things that are pushing people to follow him and his ideas
are still going to be there. And that's what we have to change.
The clip fear Part 2 from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
I think that we need to take a step back...
...and really ask ourselves, "What kind of a world do we want to live in?
What do we want that world to be?"
It's not worth it.
The clip baby boy from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
So her water just broke, which is very exciting.
So, I'm that much closer.
OK? You want to get up?
It's your son!
It's a boy!
We have a baby boy!
We have a baby boy.
Oh, my God! He's beautiful.
So, I didn't end up finding Osama.
What I did find, is that there are a lot more people out there
who are just like us, than there are who are just like him.
I'll always bet on the billions of regular people to win over the crazies.
After all, we all want the same things for our families.
We want the world to be a place where we can raise and love our kids.
Where they can have everything they need to be happy, healthy,
without it blowing up around them.
It's not going to be easy. And all that reward money sure would have helped but,
hey, you know what? He's going to love public school.
The clip afghan children from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
Two years ago, the U.S. Ambassador came here and said,
"We're going to make a pledge to rebuild the school. " It's been two years.
Look at this place. This is hearts and minds.
It looks like a bomb went off yesterday.
There's bullet holes. The front of the building is riddled with bullet holes.
Nothing's being done.
We've got to do something for these kids.
We've gotta do something for these kids to say, "Somebody cares about us.
Somebody cares about us getting educated.
Somebody wants us to be in a safe environment. "
As somebody about to become a father for the first time,
it's so instilling in me, reminding me, of the things that I want for my family.
I don't ever want my child to be in a position where they can't be educated.
Or can't feel like they can better themselves, like that this is it.
That this is as good as it gets for their life,
and to not have hope that tomorrow is going to be better.
Man, this baby starts kicking as soon as your phone rings.
Baby knew I was calling.
We miss you.
Baby knew. Ow!
Oh, I miss you so much.
Yeah. Me, too.
I dreamt we had a girl last night.
The clip end credits from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)
[ Elvis Costello & The Attractions:
Peace Love and Understanding]
The clip end credits Part 2 from Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008)