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Spurlock's Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden trailer online in HD

WhereintheWorldisOBL.jpgThe trailer for Morgan Spurlock's Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden has arrived online and it's even in high definition too.

The film sees Morgan Spurlock trying to do what the entire American and British led UN forces have failed to do, find Osama Bin Laden. While we know that he doesn't come face to face with the man, there does seem to be a point where he gets close.

You can see the trailer in YouTube format here:

Or you can see it in high definition over at Yahoo Movies [Flash:QT:480p:720p:1080p] thanks to Obsessed With Film for pointing me to the link.

I just watched it through the terrible Flash player on Yahoo Movies - get that fixed guys, it's so jerky it's painful. Anyway it looks pretty fun, although cringe worthy and possibly quite frightening at points, it's hard to believe that Morgan Spurlock went to such lengths and managed to stay alive.

There's the concern that, like the trailer, once the training is over he's just asking random people where Osama Bin Laden is and getting sent all over the country on a wild goose chase.

Right now only Australia is set to find out with a 10th April release, perhaps after Sundance the Weinstein's might let Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden? see a wider audience.



Morgan Spurlock never ceases to impress me... i just saw Super Size Me, which was amazingly insightful, and now he's making a documentary that investigates the war on terrorism? well done indeed


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