In 1980, the sixth studio produced a new film program that set up a variety of elements, including spacesuit, space aliens, actions and adventure, scenes in a non-fur and distant planet, and "World War" on posters, but this epic film has never been licensed by the film company owner.

The National Imperator approved the film project.

Thirty years later, Ben Everlek himself self-guided from the film < Yagnut , describing the US embassy in the world after the 1979 Iranian hostage incident, which shocked the world in 1979, in a story that described a rescue of six Americans from Iran.

The six people avoided the hostages held by the Revolutionary Army of Iran, and then went into the official residence of Ambassador Kentel, who took all the risks to help the Americans, and even continued to support them when others turned their backs on them.However, the so-called "residents" are in danger of being caught and caught at any time, and the result is unimaginable.Now that the time is approaching, the Central Intelligence Agency's top enemy evacuations expert, Tony Mannards, came up with a remarkable defecation plan that was different.

< Fruit >, reclassified from a true story, describing an undercover operation that saves six Americans from Iran.
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< A Fruit > , describe an undercover operation to save six Americans from Iran

Ben Averlek said: " Tony Chambers, a Hollywood makeup artist, is a friend. He knows that filming overseas is a feasible solution, and he can take the opportunity to go around the world, so he has an idea that no one would ever think of."

The plan is to let these six people pretend to be the Canadian film production team that is going to the scene, then fly out of Iran, and it's as simple as that, but in fact it may be harder than it is."This is a game without rules, dangerous, and the most dangerous thing is that we have to deal with the unpredictable consequences of our mediation efforts and who cannot predict what will happen to us, whether it is for us or for those who have been taken hostage," he said.

In the current era of today's information, it seems impossible to imagine that the entire operation remained the top secret until President Bill Clinton lifted his confidentiality in 1997.Surprisingly, even in the year 2000, the story was restated by Berman in the Wired most people even know nothing about the story. Even Ben Everlek admitted, "I know it sounds ridiculous, but it seems to be an incredible story, but it actually makes this story more interesting."

At first, the production of Gülenghermann and George Kulonny noted Josh Berman's article, , written by Chris Telio, who wrote a screenplay for the rescue operation, and decided to study the source of the action.Kristielo met in 1990 with the retired CIA of the CIA, Tony Mandez.

Gelanselov and George Kulonny, after seeing the 2010 drama < Stealing >, they understand which subject he is interested in."Ben has a great sense of story, and he knows how to use the camera to tell the story," Gülenheislov said.He also has a strong point of view, which may be the most important feature of any film director.In addition, he knows how to create orgasms that transcendence our imagination and bring more risk to the consequences of serving as a new mandate."One of the biggest challenges in this film production is the need to put the dramatic and wits of life and death into play."

Güllanseslov says, " At first it was serious, and then changed, especially after the scene was pulled into Hollywood.We want to have a little bit of a joyful flavor, but we have to combine them in a coherent way.At the end of the day, I feel that we have found an appropriate balance point, and that proves the ability of the class director to do so.

Averrek adds: "The sense of humor is one of the elements of the play, but it is the most difficult part to deal with."My main concern is that it is necessary to make sure that the jokes do not damage the sense of crisis and the sense of truth.Luckily, we took Aaron Arkin and John Goodman to interpret the majority of the comedy, and all of them still have a sense of humor in their integrity, but they will never misinterpret their beliefs.

Christeellio, at the end of the film, explains how the filmmaking needs to be used to describe real-life emotions: " I have spoken to Tony and read the residents' descriptions of the escape."

Bain, working closely with the caucus and creative team, has a high degree of realism over time and space.He and his photography guide Rodrigo Prietto in a unique style that is able to convey the atmosphere of the late 1970s and 1980s, and to establish clear visual distincties in the environments of Washington, Hollywood, and Iran.In the design of the design and the design of the design, Jacqueline Weinster, the designer of the design, looked at the photographs and materials to recreate the appearance of the appearance of the different scenes.

Gelanseslov believes that the class has a lot of characteristics seen in this role: "The class itself has a quiet strength, which is consistent with what we see in the Eastern Niamandz."And he's very smart, and this role needs to be very smart.And it's important that he seems to be able to control the situation and, if necessary, make a call.Moreover, the character of the class is very funny, and this is very effective when it conveies the sense of seriousness of the sign, especially when Tony goes to Hollywood."

Ben Farek looks forward to seeing the interplay between the actors and the actors to escape.


When you pick up an American corner on behalf of an American, Ben Iphrek reveals that "I want to place these people in my office because I want to remind myself of what they really look like."But more importantly, I want to find the good actors who are willing to take risks, are willing to improvise, to be able to convey the real sense of what I want to achieve."

The Cdivisions of the six occupants include: Tertdonald is the real leader of the group; the only six of these people who speak fluent Persian; Kelly Casey playing Joe's wife Casey; Chris Dovonne and Lie Deuva as the other couple, and Rolly Kirkland as Li Scazard.

Ben Averick not only wants the six actors to play their roles, but also their personal experience and the environment in which they are portrayed.As a result, he isolated them in a home of one week before the start of the main photography, the residence of the Ambassador of Canada at the time of the shooting, and the decorations of the same period in which the actors were asked to wear the clothes of that era.In order for them to become more immersed in the atmosphere of the film, Bain forbids them to contact the outside world and does not approve of any computer, cell phone, or any electronic product." There is less disruption to modern things, and they can only talk to each other.Ben Everlek wants to make them feel free and natural when they get along.It's not easy to have a sense of intimacy, a sense of sparks and pitcher, a sense of relaxation, a more casual posture, and a different kind of attitude when talking to each other, and he wants to see the symbiosis on the same boat.

Ben Averrek said: " We have recruited many actors, and they all want to participate in this film.I think this reflects the high quality of the script and the unparalleled story of the story.

Combined with musical and photographic techniques, the film production team has a sense of exotic sentiment in the Middle East.


In shooting at the ambassador's residence, Ben Ivrek mainly used high-quality handheld cameras, saying, "I don't want to have too much handhold, so I tell the photographers to avoid shaking or abrupt extension lenses."On the other hand, I asked the actors to play a few times, and then ask them to improvise, and the result was that the photographer was improvising, and you might be waiting for someone to talk, but then someone else said something, so this constant shift of attention seemed to be like a normal conversation."

And in Washington, he feels that he doesn't need to use a handheld camera, but instead moves the camera to a smooth and smooth movement.And then it was the scene of Hollywood, and I joined a lot of push-pull zoom lens, and I shot it from a machine or a car, which was a very common technique in the 1970s.The colors are more saturated, so in photography, each scene has a unique character.

This film is designed to design Xue Guilin West, designed to create the atmosphere and background of the era in a more tangible fashion.They are studying a large number of photos and a pile of print media reports, as well as a number of hours of television news and old movies.

The production group knows that the entire film is not likely to be filmed in Iran, so they choose neighboring countries Turkey and replace Tehran in Istanbul with Istanbul.Istanbul, which links Europe and Asia, is the only city in the world across two continents. It is also a transit point for the film Middle East Nimandez, describing him as a transit visa to the Iranian consulate.

While taking pictures of the city, Istanbul's two most majestic blue mosques and the St Sophia Cathedral have also been taken into the mirror. " The great cathedral of Santa Sophia is a great place, first it is a church, and then the mosque, and now it's a museum, so it does represent the cultural crossing.

The production team used dozens of ringed headlamps for lighting in a large space, and those light bulbs have been replaced by fluorescent bulbs in recent years, but the light is too strong, not to mention the fact that there was no such bulb in 1980.The staff worked overnight to replace them with more than 4,000 light bulbs to meet the softer and softer light of the demand.

The scene of the biggest challenge of the entire film was a violent protest by the Roosevelt Gate of the US embassy.The scene was filmed in the football field of Bachico, where more than 1,300 people were able to accommodate more than 1,300 people, all of them in Persian with anti-American slogans, and a strong cries of screaming led to the deafness of the deafness.The design of this large group of clothes, especially a difficult task, was that Jacqueline West wanted not only to accurately reflect that era, but also to convey a social custom of inosculating.

In order for the audience to be experienced in this burst of unrest, Ben Everlek arranged a crowd of photographers who were dressed as a rehearsant for a 16-centimeter camera to randomly film the film.Combining the camera shots of the Super 8 with a 16-centimeter camera, it looks like a real image that goes beyond the quality of the data that you see on the TV, and it's on the screen with a whole new picture.

While filming in Washington, actors and producers are honored and very rarely allowed to enter the real CIA headquarters located in Langley, Virginia."The building has an interesting two-yuan character, because you're going to walk on a seemingly uncurious walkway, and then you can see a door labeled" counterterrorism team ", which is really impressive," Ben Averlek said.I walked through those signs and saw stars on a wall, and that was a moment when I was moved to commemorate those CIA personnel who died in the line of duty.So, I specifically designed a scene in the film, and it was a wall that Tony walked through that side of the stars, and we wanted to see a picture of a commemorative nature."

However, the production team must use digital technology to remove some of the stars, as those stars are later than the ones that occur in the movie.It is also worth noting that some stars do not mark the names of those who died in the martyrn, as their mandates are still classified as confidential.

After the main photo was completed, Ben Iphrek collaborated with editing William Gordon, and intertwined the lenses shot at various locations.

Ben Iefrek also understands that music is a structural element of three different worlds, and Alexander Daispe's score is also the result of a music.Alexander was very good at creating an atypical string of music and combining rare instruments, many of them from the Middle East, but he was good, and the music didn't feel too direct or too common, but when you heard it, you seemed to be in a different country.

Afrik added: "The is exciting, suspense, and frightening, but also interesting and entertaining."At a deeper level, the story itself is a very powerful story, especially when it is a fact that has been hidden from the world for so many years, and it is time for us to be proud to uncover these unsung heroes.

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