Into Thin Air
A Revolution, Televised. • 25m
گم و گور
Directed by Mohammadreza Farzad • 2010 • Iran
A short documentary film about the bloody massacre of innocent Iranian people in the birth month of the director, September 8 of 1979. it concentrates on a less than minute horrifying footage of the bloody killing of people who were unaware of official curfew, to find out more of the identity of the victims. 'Into Thin Air' is moving and pathetic image-reading of any political massacre of innocent victims.
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