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Iran Hostage Crisis, 1979-1981
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Other: Inaccurate historical content!
Frightening or Intense Scenes: When they get to the airport with the 6 hostages.
Sexual Content: A lot of reference to porn but no sex is shown.
Violence: They shoot a lot of people. They also show a hanged man.
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“National honor is the national property of the highest value.” -James Madison
“You can always count on Americans to do the right thing - after they've tried everything else.” -Winston Churchill
Tony Mendez: "What happened?" Jack O'Donnell: "Six of them went out a back exit. Brits turned them away; Kiwis turned them away; Canadians took them in. Traffic calls them "house guests". They haven't left The Canadian Ambassador's house since it happened." Tony Mendez: "Why weren't we in ten weeks ago?" Jack O'Donnell: "Too dangerous. Got revolutionary guards going door-to-door like Jehovah's witnesses. Half of 'em think that Khomeini's been too lenient on the ones in the embassy." Tony Mendez: "What about The White House?" Jack O'Donnell: "Carter's sh*tting enough bricks to build the pyramids."
Lester Siegel (watching the network newscasts on the conflicts in the Middle East): "...Bad news, bad news. Even when it's good news, it's bad news... John Wayne's in the ground six months; this is what's left of America."