One year after the controversial re-election of Ahmadinejad and the consequent protests in Iran, a group of civil rights activists gather outside a nondescript building in a quiet corner of inner-city London, to protest an event which they accuse of being a front for regime-sponsored propaganda in the UK.
Did You Know?
At around 07 minutes 23 seconds into the film, when the two embassy diplomats approach the building, in response to a question by one of the activists, one of them turns around and says 'It won't take long'. This is a great example of subtle Persian double-speak, since what he really means is not related to the event duration, but rather the duration of the uprising in Iran, which these activists are protesting for. It won't take long, meaning it will be finished soon, which is exactly what happened at the end of 2010. See more