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Inside Story

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The Road to Terror
In the last year there has been another wave of executions of political prisoners in Iran's prisons. How can a revolution have come to this?
In The Road to Terror, revolutionaries tell how their dream descended into a nightmare of terror and execution. They speak as exiles in Paris, a city that is preparing to celebrate the glories of the first mass revolution of 1789. Behind its strange images, the struggle for power in the Iranian revolution has followed a pattern uncannily similar to many of the great revolutions of the past: just as 200 years ago in France, the Iranian revolution has gone down the old road from liberation to repression, the road to terror. Film Editor GRAHAM SHIPMAN
Executive producer PAUL HAMANN Producer ADAM CURTIS
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Producer: Paul Hamann
Producer: Adam Curtis

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