well it depends, I dont agree with the ban on the movie because there should be freedom of expression besides the film does not pretend to be historical accurated, when you go watch a movie you should not believe its factual correct, most likely it will be not but there is people that stereotype entire people based on erroneous claims produced in the media, movies, games and such things, people should look into the sources and look into various "supposed truths" thats the beauty of the internet
, unfortunally most people are busy working their ass of to pay their bills and/or focus on their "carrer" perhaps get some chick to the cinema and watch "300", reaching to the conclusion at the end of the day that this world is mad (with no pratical solution), BUT we are changing for better thats for sure, now lets see how long will it take.
Never forget that changing the history is not sth new but when it comes to herritage ,UNESCO should deal with it. Anyway it's a big deal because the fact that 300 could defeat a million is ridicolous and we're not worried!! The problems is that this film is VERY INSULTING. Insulting is not part of the freedom of speeches.
You call this freedom of speeches:black people, brown people, handicapped or deformed people, gays and lesbians. The traitor Ephialtes is played by a hunchback as in the graphic novel; however, historically there is no mention that Ephialtes was a hunchback.
But I call this Racism ! Now against Persians.
Imagine what would happen if they had built such a film about Zionsits!!
The graph suggests the reality.I knew it before that Afganistan invasion has made a better situation for opium traffickers to operate more freely!![/b]
well yea for sure it is depicting the Persians but with such a stupid script they should of just let it play on the theaters and inform the people of Iran of its wrong historic facts but anyways its no big deal its just a movie.
well yea it was for drugs and specialy the pipe line they are building, everyone profits while afagans are screwed may be worse than under the taliban...