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Friday Nite Videos | September 29, 2023

Get Up, Stand Up | Bob Marley Live at Munich. The Secret C.I.A. Operation That Haunts U.S.-Iran Relations. AOC Speaks at UAW Strike Rally. Insurance Reps Laugh at Denying Claim. The 'Transformer' That Crawls, Rolls and Flies.

“It’s Always About Oil”

Amy Goodman, Juan González, Ervand Abrahamian, Taghi Amirani Democracy Now!
The CIA & MI6 Staged Coup in Iran 70 Years Ago, Destroying Democracy in Iran


Law of Tehran Review – Gritty Iranian Crime Thriller Takes No Prisoners

Mark Kermode The Guardian
Iranian American screen polymath Payman Maadi (who made such an impact in films such as Asghar Farhadi’s A Separation) is Samad, a cop waging an apparently unwinnable war on drugs in the Iranian capital. Having rounded up a vast community of addicts living and dying within a hellscape of giant concrete pipes, Samad and his deputy, Hamid (Houman Kiai), treat their captives like cattle, stripping and humiliating them, herding them from one overcrowded prison space to the next.
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