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10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Hurt Locker

The 2008 movie The Hurt Locker followed a bomb disposal unit in the Iraq War, which meant lots of violence and explosions, but the film was ultimately about how war changed the men in it. Kathryn Bigelow became the fist woman to win an Oscar for Best Director for the movie, beating her ex-husband's film Avatar. Let's learn some of the details behind The Hurt Locker. 10. The film was shot on location in Jordan.
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