720 X 480 H.264 video @2000k video bitrate (from DVD) 224k AC3 audio
This documentary from the great folks at PBS describes much of the Iranian experience in America
and is worthwhile viewing for those interested in the people of the middle east and their plight in seeking
refuge from religious bigotry and oppression at home and elsewhere they might be on the planet.
Many of the Iranians Ive met along the way are amongst the warmest human spirits anywhere including
in particular a kindly landlord who rented a luxury condominium apartment in a fancy building called
"The landmark of Thornhill" to me and my wife Elizabeth along with our two children many years ago now.
Elizabeth sometimes had visits from a chap named Dhanishwar who had been in the Shah's governing
cabinet (and was an actor in his own right in Iranian movies) and who left her a generous painting when
In fact the maintenance manager (named Ali) in the townhouse complex I have lived in this past decade
(in Canada) bought me a nice pair of shoes as a present when I happened to mention I was planning a trip
to the store to buy a pair of loafers a year or so back. He now more happily lives in Turkey. Of course
I reimbursed him for the cost and gave him a giftcard for the nearby Tim Hortons coffee chain as a bonus for
being so kind in thought.
enjoy the documentary of these folks who sometimes come across Italian or Greek
etc and are as nice as any Ive ever met from the mideast or anywhere for that matter.
Michael Rizzo Chessman
(moviesbyrizzo documentaries upload)
By the way, we have much waiting to launch including the Jack Irish TV movies series (Australia)
along with 60GB 1080p full series upload of "A place to call home" (Australia), theres also a Greta
Scacchi movie waiting to post and a 5000k video bitrate of the PAL DVD version offering of
"Upstairs Downstairs" (London weekend Television production of 1971-1975) for ewhi we have
complete english subtitles templates we have developed using the NTSC disc version with re-sync
We have watched the entire series from end to end for precise timing and spell check along with
filling in the odd missing line along the way.