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  • Blood Diamond is an amazing film that grabs hold of you and never lets go until the credits
  • Blood Diamond is definitely my favorite film of 2006 and I recommend it to everyone

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      Blood Diamond (2006)is an drama film br director edward zwick and is rated R for strong violence and language.

      Blood Diamond puts you in the middle of the civil war in 1999 Sierra Leone. The story follows a ex-mercenary turned diamond smuggler


      (Leonardo DiCaprio) who hears in jail of a huge diamond that a Mende fisherman (Djimon Hounsou) has hidden somewhere in the jungle. He gets him out of jail and he agrees to take him to the diamond if he helps him get his son back who has been captured by rebel forces and forced to be a child soldier. Along the way they get help from an american journalist (Jennifer Connelly) who has some pull around the area.

      Blood Diamond is an amazing ...


      • Blood Diamond (2006)
      film that grabs hold of you and never lets go until the credits. Zwick made a gripping movie that is full of action, drama, and even a slight love story too. Leonardo DiCaprio does an awesome job, as usual, especially
      with his accent for the role, and both Connelly and Hounsou give strong performances.

      Blood Diamond is definitely my favorite film of 2006 and I recommend it to everyone. Might not be for children because they’re are some pretty disturbing scenes in the movie.




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