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Title........: BBC This World - How To Plan A Revolution
Runtime......: 00:49:54 (74,843 fr)
Genre........: Documentary
Languages....: English, Azerbaijani, Russian
Translations.: English subtitles
Info URL.....: http://tinyurl.com/2rkful
Purchase URL.: n/a

File Name....: Azerbaijan - How To Plan A Revolution (2006-TVRip-d0x)
File Size....: 449 MB (or 460,488 KB or 471,539,712 bytes)
Frames.......: 624x352 (1.77:1) [=39:22] @ 0.205 bits/pixel
Video Codec..: XviD @ 1127 kb/s
Audio Codec..: MP3 @ 128 kb/s (64/ch, stereo) CBR

How To Plan A Revolution follows two young political activists, Murad and Emin, who are hoping to stage a peaceful revolution in Azerbaijan. Authoritarian government reigns supreme in the Caucasus: the strip of land with Russia to the north, Iran to the south, the Caspian Sea to the east, and the Black Sea to the west. With recent events in Serbia,
the Ukraine, and Georgia, revolt creeps closer and closer to Azerbaijan.

Murad Gassinly and Emin Husseinov are two young Azeri political activists wanting to make change with peace, not war. Armed with orange spray paint and risking imprisonment for life, they graffiti their revolutionary slogans all over Baku during the night, soon realising that the key to success lies in foreign help. This documentary follows Murad and Emin on their quest for support and their campaign for a freer Azerbaijan with the upcoming elections. They strive for a peaceful, non-violent rebellion, but are only met with brutal authoritarian force. They are hoping George Bush's 2004 speech in Georgia rings true, that ‘across the Caucasus... they are demanding their freedom and they will have it.


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