Miguel Littin latest film “Allende in His Labyrinth” Screened for the first Time in Iran
TEHRAN (AIPFF) - On the night of linkage between Iranian, Latin American revolutionary arts, the latest film of Miguel Littin “Allende in His Labyrinth”, is going to be screened on Tuesday, 30th of August in Soureh Hall of Howzeh Honari at 16 p.m.
TEHRAN (AIPFF) – On the night of linkage between Iranian, Latin American revolutionary arts, the latest film of Miguel Littin “Allende in His Labyrinth”, is going to be screened on Tuesday, 30th of August in Soureh Hall of Howzeh Honari at 16 p.m.
“Allende in His Labyrinth” (2014) (Spanish ‘Allende en su Laberinto’) Recounts the last hours of former President Salvador Allende, along with his closest collaborators, inside the Palacio de la Moneda, on 11 September 1973. Anguish, despair, solidarity, love. Emotions are mixed and overlap each minute. The countdown to an outcome that will forever change the history of our country.The last 7 hours of former President of Chile Salvador Allende, and his closest collaborators inside the Palace of La Moneda, during the brutal military coup d’etat on Sept. 11, 1973, the day democracy in Chile ended. Based on true events.
Miguel Littin, will be honored during a cultural event by the International Section of Ammar Popular Film Festival (APFF) at Ibn Sina (Avicenna) Hall of Tehran University’s Faculty of Medicine in his own presence today.
The international section of Ammar Popular Film Festival (APFF International) has also planned to honor three outstanding Islamic Revolution directors, namely Masoud Jafari Jozani, Behrouz Afkhami and Hossein Zandbaf parallel with the ceremony.
The theme of this year’s edition was the Influence of Arrogant World Powers on Other Countries. The festival sought to shed light on the CIA-assisted colonial coup in Iran, which overthrew the then government of democratically-elected then-Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddeq in favor of cementing the monarchical rule of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the then-Iranian monarch, back on August 19, 1953.
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