Saturday, February 11, 2006

Film on human rights abuse in Iran

A recent documentary film focuses on the lack of human rights in Iran. "A Few Simple Shots - a Documentary on Human Rights Violations in Iran" was produced by independent Canadian based Iranian filmmaker, Joseph Akrami.

I got this from VOA News and I watched the movie through The American Enterprise Institute seminar hosted by Mr. Michael Ledeen where you can also watch it.

It is in Persian and English languages but don't worry, it will come to a city near you very soon and every one will be able to watch this horrific documentary.

It is about the atrocities of the islamic regime in the prisons such as murdering the political prisoners, torturing the dissidents and cases against female prisoners as well and it includes graphic scenes at the end so beware of what you're going to watch.

Front Page Magazine held an interview with the film director that I encourage you to read...

9 comments:

Sahar said...

Did you watch this? I want to see it, do you know how I can see it? Is it coming to normal theatres?

Richards said...

it is a very sad movie

Sahar said...

Thanks a lot Winston. Found it. ;)

laila said...

I think you can find the link buried somwhere in:

www.activistchat.com

Anonymous said...

are they leftists?

Anonymous said...

Here is the link for the movie:

http://activistchat.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=26589#26589

Anonymous said...

to anonymous:

They probably are some leftist because the non leftist are eitehr dead or still rotting in prison.

آهو said...

Thanks for the link Winston jun.
Human right does not even exist in Iran!

Anonymous said...

The mullahs' Killing Field: (the movie)

http://tinyurl.com/dg8d5 OR

http://rahai-zan.uhrtv.com/ Sept1...SimpleShots.wmv