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Michael Cole over 5 years ago
A decent directorial debut for Jon Stewart.
Ken Miguel-Cipriano over 5 years ago
neither here nor there. Some serious moments punctuated by daily show humor.
Noah Rymer over 3 years ago
Josh Persky 4 years ago
Artie Fasciani over 4 years ago
Nicolas Baña almost 5 years ago
Jennifer Kaiser over 5 years ago
Inês over 5 years ago
Ahmed M Noor over 5 years ago
nadinenour over 5 years ago
Nicholas Sacra over 5 years ago
peyton wilson over 5 years ago
In 2009, Iranian Canadian journalist Maziar Bahari was covering Iran's volatile elections for Newsweek. One of the few reporters living in the country with access to US media, he made an appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, in a taped interview with comedian Jason Jones. The interview was intended as satire, but if the Tehran authorities got the joke they didn't like it - and it would quickly came back to haunt Bahari when he was rousted from his family home and thrown into prison. Making his directorial debut, Jon Stewart tells the tale of Bahari's months-long imprisonment and interrogation in this powerful and affecting docudrama featuring a potent and performance by Gael García Bernal recounting Bahari's efforts to maintain his hope and his sanity in the face of isolation and persecution-through memories of his family, recollections of the music he loves, and thoughts of his wife and unborn child.
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