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The Green Wave

Green is the colour of hope. Green is the colour of Islam. And green was the symbol of recognition among the supporters of presidential candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi, who became the symbolic figure of the Green Revolution. The pre ...

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Title: The Green Wave
Genre: Documentary
Cast: Navíd Akhavan, Pegah Ferydoni, Payam Akhavan, Shirin Ebadi, Mitra Khalatbari
Release Date: 2011-09-30
Production Country: Germany, Iran, Islamic Republic of
Directed By: Ali Samadi Ahadi
Film Duration: 80
Production Year: 2010
Distributor: Dogwoof
Official Website: http://www.thegreenwave-film.com

Synopsis: Green is the colour of hope. Green is the colour of Islam. And green was the symbol of recognition among the supporters of presidential candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi, who became the symbolic figure of the Green Revolution. The presidential elections on June 12th, 2009 were supposed to bring about a change, but contrary to all expectations the ultra-conservative populist Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was confirmed in office. As clear as was the result, as loud and justified were the accusations of vote-rigging. The on-going "Where is my vote?" protest demonstrations were again and again worn down and broken up with brutal attacks by government militia. Images taken from private persons with their cell phones or cameras bear witness to this excessive violence: people were beaten, stabbed, shot dead, arrested, kidnapped, some of them disappearing without trace. What remains is the countless number of dead or injured people and victims of torture, and another deep wound in the hearts of the Iranians.

The Green Wave

Title: The Green Wave
Genre: Documentary
Cast: Navíd Akhavan, Pegah Ferydoni, Payam Akhavan, Shirin Ebadi, Mitra Khalatbari
Release Date: 2011-09-30
Production Country: Germany, Iran, Islamic Republic of
Directed By: Ali Samadi Ahadi
Film Duration: 80
Production Year: 2010
Distributor: Dogwoof
Age Limit: 0+
Official Website: http://www.thegreenwave-film.com

Synopsis: Green is the colour of hope. Green is the colour of Islam. And green was the symbol of recognition among the supporters of presidential candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi, who became the symbolic figure of the Green Revolution. The presidential elections on June 12th, 2009 were supposed to bring about a change, but contrary to all expectations the ultra-conservative populist Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was confirmed in office. As clear as was the result, as loud and justified were the accusations of vote-rigging. The on-going "Where is my vote?" protest demonstrations were again and again worn down and broken up with brutal attacks by government militia. Images taken from private persons with their cell phones or cameras bear witness to this excessive violence: people were beaten, stabbed, shot dead, arrested, kidnapped, some of them disappearing without trace. What remains is the countless number of dead or injured people and victims of torture, and another deep wound in the hearts of the Iranians.

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