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- For the Soviet-Italian-Polish-Yugoslavian-East German film series, see Liberation (film series)
|Directed by||Michael Younesi|
|Starring||Jade Puga Pelon|
|Music by||Grant Vanderslice|
|Edited by||Richard F. Montez|
|Distributed by||Seventh Art Releasing|
Liberation is a 2009 docudrama about the Shah of Iran. Centered on his exile in Cuernavaca, Mexico, the film features actual archival footage from the Iranian Revolution of 1979 as well the Shah's interview with David Frost.
The film was released in 2009 by Seventh Art Releasing and played preceding the documentary The Queen and I. At its 2011 screening at the Noor Iranian Film Festival, star Navid Negahban won Best Actor.
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