The Legacy of Nonviolent Movements in Iran

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This film takes a look into the two most recent mass movements in Iran’s history: the 1979 Revolution that brought the clerics to power, and the 2009 mass protests, known as the Green Movement, that threatened the foundation of the same clerical rule. The film presents interviews with Ivan Marovic, a founder of OTPOR, the Serbian movement that ended the rule of Slobodan Milosevic and Mohsen Sazgara, a founding member of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, among other activists. This film, written and directed by Hossein Fazeli, takes a look into the two most recent mass movements in Iran’s history: the 1979 Revolution that brought the clerics to power, and the 2009 mass protests, known as the Green Movement, that threatened the foundation of the same clerical rule. The film presents interviews with Ivan Marovic, a founder of OTPOR, the Serbian movement that ended the rule of Slobodan Milosevic and Mohsen Sazgara, a founding member of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, among other activists.

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  • George Donnelly

    This is amazing. The editing is rough but the content is unique and filled with wisdom. Thanks.

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