Thursday, February 19, 2009

House of Saddam

Dedicated to my dear Jordanian friend, Roba Al-Assi.

Last week, I watched a recent-released TV series named “House of Saddam”. A drama, charting the rise and fall of a dictator.
House of Saddam offers a fresh perspective on the dictator, his relationships and his actions behind closed doors, by retelling events from inside the very heart of the regime.
Beginning in 1979 when Saddam became president of Iraq, it follows the impact of his political ambitions on his oldest advisors, closest friends, family members and on Saddam himself.
The most interesting thing at least for Iranians is that, Shohreh Aghdashloo, an Iranian actress plays as Sajida Talfah, Saddam’s wife.
It was actually an opportunity to look into this world behind closed doors.
"Don't tell me about the law. The law is anything I write on a scrap of paper."
Saddam Hussein

1 Comments:

Anonymous مهتا said...

موضوع تزم در باره کار عاطفی هست. استاد امریکاییم پرفسور هاکشیلده که خودش نظریه پرداز همین هست ولی تو ایران و کلا جهان سوم تا حالا انجام نشده.. من بخت برگشته اولین نفرم :))

Thursday, February 19, 2009 6:47:00 PM  

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