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Invasion is a Panaméen film of genre War

Invasion (2014)

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Invasion (Spanish: Invasión) is a 2014 Panamanian documentary film written and directed by Abner Benaim about the 1989 US invasion. It was selected as the Panamanian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but was not nominated. It was the first time that Panama submitted a film for the Best Foreign Language Oscar.
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