While exploring the larger Iranian struggle that was taking place and that rallied around her image, For Neda tells the personal story of Neda Agha - Soltan and her tragic death in the Iranian protests following the recent presidential election results.
Filmmaker Anthony Thomas offers this portrait of Neda Agha Soltan, the young Iranian woman whose agonizing death was captured on camera after she was shot through the heart during a June, 2009 protest in Tehran, and broadcast around the world on the internet. In the wake of that tragedy, Neda emerged as a powerful symbol of the ongoing fight against the oppressive Iranian government.
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