Enjoy the Full Length Film In Super HD (1080p)
The national PBS broadcast of Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story on September 9th, 2014 brought the incredible true story of Noor's heroism and courage to a large American television audience. This film tells the astonishing story of a Muslim woman who took on the Gestapo in the Nazi-controlled Paris during World War II.
Now, you have the chance to watch the full length feature film in stunning high definition through our UPF Theater. We have 2 formats available - a cinematic, widescreen format with letterboxing and a 16:9 format that will fill your screen. Watch one or both as often as you like.
Enemy of the Reich Trailer
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Our player is mobile responsive and will stream up to 1920 x 1080 resolution to the device of your choice. You will appreciate resolution beyond current HD broadcast standards. Our films are rich in details, and our goal for UPF Theater is to deliver an uncompromising viewing experience when and where you choose to enjoy our work, whether in the classroom, living room, or on a park bench.
Help Us Support Peace Through the Media
As a non-profit organization, UPF creates films and education campaigns aimed at increasing understanding among people of different faiths and cultures, especially among Muslims and other faiths.
To enable us to continue that mission and tell the next important story, we charge a small fee to watch the full length film. We've got a great discount on a package of our entire film library that is about the cost of a couple of films. Payments are processed securely, and once your payment is processed, you'll have immediate and unlimited viewing access to the film for 30 days. If you opt to purchase our entire package of films, your viewing access is extended to a full year and you’ll automatically receive access to any films we release in that period.
To maximize your viewing options, you can also purchase access to this film on Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, and Apple iTunes. However, rental periods on these platforms are shorter than our own 30 day period (sometimes as little as 24 hours), and they don't offer a package that covers our entire film library.
Whether it's via our own UPF Theater or the third-party platform of your choice, enjoy our films!