Iran: Inside the Protests

An exclusive report on the people at the forefront of the protest movement in Iran. Filmed over the past month, it charts the build up of tensions leading up to the Presidential elections on June 12 and the brutal repressions that followed. Hear from the protestors willing to risk everything for change and find out what’s happened to them since.


  • Year: 2009
  • Duration: 38 MINS
  • Production: Magneto Presse
  • Director: Manon Loizeau
  • Available Versions: FRA
  • Country of production: France

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