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Burn Country is an American crime-drama film. Directed by Ian Olds, the film’s storyline follows a former Afghanistan journalist’s adventure with a local crime in North California. The film received mixed reviews from critics and fans.

Here’s how you can watch and stream Burn Country via streaming services such as Peacock.

Is Burn Country available to watch via streaming?

Yes, Burn Country is available to watch via streaming on Peacock.

Osman, a former Afghan war journalist gets deported from Afghanistan. As a result, he eventually settles down in a peaceful North Californian city. Gradually, he starts working at a small local newspaper, but his curiosity lures him into the dark underbelly of crime, which has alarming results.

The film stars Dominic Rains as Osman, Melisa Leo as Gloria, James Franco as Lindsay, and Rachel Brosnahan as Sandra, among others.

Watch Burn Country streaming via Peacock

Burn Country is available to watch on Peacock.

Peacock’s vast collection of crime-drama films with innovative plots and unique languages offers a smooth OTT experience to viewers all across the globe.

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The synopsis of Burn Country is as follows:

“A former war journalist now writing for a paper in Northern California is drawn into conflict at home.”

NOTE: The streaming services listed above are subject to change. The information provided was correct at the time of writing.

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