German Hostages Released in Iran Shortly After Which Iranian Film Takes Top Prize at Berlinale

Two German hostages have suddenly been released after four months of imprisonment in Iran.

Shortly after their release, an Iranian film took the top prize at the Berlinale.

I’m just sayin’, OK?

Jury president Isabella Rossellini said the choice of Farhadi’s film was “pretty unanimous.”

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One response

  1. Wherever you find a group or nation just itching to kill some Jews… you’ll find Germany not too far behind.

    It’s good to know that Iran can get all of these banned materials through Turkey now. Gul arrives, spends a few days, makes free trade agreements, leaves and is replaced by Westerwave. Don’t put two and two together.

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