Coup ’53, the explosive new documentary about the CIA and MI-6 overthrowing democracy in Iran, is having an unprecedented global Virtual Cinema launch on August 19th.
Central to the documentary is a series of clips in which actor Ralph Fiennes reads transcripts from interviews with Agent Norman Darbyshire; who admitted to plotting the coup (codenamed “Operation Ajax”) with the CIA.
Screenings will be followed by a Q&A with legendary editor Walter Murch (Apocalypse Now, The Conversation, The English Patient) actor Ralph Fiennes (IMDb Page) and director Taghi Amirani.
Pricing for a Virtual Cinema Rental of Coup ’53 is $12.00 — you’ll be able to watch the entire thing for at least 48-hours after purchase.
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