Anthony Suau, a renowned award winning photographer with a vast repertoire came to Iran in 1989. He came to Iran when the nation was in the grips of unfathomable grief. The entire nation was mourning the loss of Imam Khomeini, the great leader who had delivered the country from the tyrannical rules of Shahs. Suau snapped roles upon roles of films of frenzied scenes and raw emotions of grieving people. People were so overwhelmed by sadness that they could hardly bring themselves to let their beloved leader and the nation’s father go.
In this documentary Anthony Suau reminisces his extraordinary journey to Iran at its highest level of grief in living memory.
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