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A stunning connection develops between disparate worlds when a mother, unauthorized and unafraid, travels to Tehran to save her 19 year old son from being held captive by Iranian student revolutionists at the American Embassy.
On 4 November 1979, youthful Islamists, calling themselves Muslim Student Followers of the Imam's Line, invaded the U.S. embassy in Tehran and seized its staff. The 53 hostages were held for 444 days, finally released on Jan. 20, 1981.
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