Iranian Revolution: Before and After [in French] (1978)

Iranian Revolution (in French): Shah of Iran, Tehran's Niavaran Palace (1978)

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1978: Portrait of a monarch turned towards the West which considers itself the heir of Cyrus, founder of the Persian Empire in the seventh century BC. Confident, with that calm tone, convinced of his mission for his country and the divine protection it enjoys, the Shah of Iran presents its vision for the future of his country and relations with the West.



The team of TEMPS interviewed the Shah in 1978, one year before the revolution launched by Ayatollah Khomeini. He evokes his desire to see Iran among the five world powers did not have atomic weapons.





Portrait d'un monarque tourné vers l'Occident et qui se considère comme le digne héritier de Cyrus, fondateur de l'empire perse au VIIe siècle av. J.-C. Sûr de lui, avec ce ton posé, convaincu de sa mission pour son pays et de la protection divine dont il jouit, le Shah d'Iran expose sa vision de l'avenir de son pays et des relations avec l'Occident.



A l'équipe de Temps présent qui l'a suivi en 1978, soit une année avant la révolution lancée par l'ayatollah Khomeiny, il évoque notamment son souhait de voir l'Iran placé parmi les cinq puissances mondiales ne possédant pas l'arme atomique.

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Iranian Revolution: Before and After

Swiss-French documentary shot in Iran, in 1978 and 1979. In the first part, the team of TEMPS interviewed the Shah in 1978, one year before the revolution launched by Ayatollah Khomeini. In the second part, Days before the arrival of Ayatollah Khomeini in Tehran, in February 11, 1979, the team of Temps present is in the Iranian capital to register the Islamic Revolution.

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