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Argo
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The Movie was Fake, the Mission was Real
Directed By
Written By
Chris Terrio
Edited By
William Goldenberg
Cinematography
Rodrigo Prieto
Music By
Alexandre Desplat
Studio
GK films, Smokehouse Pictures
Distributed By
Warner Bros.
Country
US
Language
English
Release Date
Oct 12, 2012
Runtime
tbd
Rating
Not yet rated
Budget
$44.5 Million
Gross
$218,472,558

Argo is an Oscar-winning political drama film about the rescue of six U.S. diplomats from Tehran, Iran during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis. Filming began in September 2011, and was released on October 12, 2012 to both critical and commercial success.

PremiseEdit

During the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, the governments of the United States and Canada partnered to rescue six U.S. foreign service members who had evaded the hostage-taking at the takeover of the American embassy in Iran. The governments were able to convince Iran that the six hostages were members of a film crew who were scouting the area for a movie titled Argo. The hostages were able to escape the country under their fake identities.[1]

CastEdit

  • Ben Affleck as Tony Mendez
  • Bryan Cranston as Jack O'Donnell
  • Clea DuVall as Cora Lijek
  • John Goodman as John Chambers
  • Michael Parks as Jack Kirby
  • Taylor Schilling as Christine Mendez
  • Kyle Chandler as Hamilton Jordan
  • Victor Garber as Ken Taylor
  • Ashley Wood as Beauty
  • Tate Donovan as Bob Anders
  • Alan Arkin as Lester Siegel
  • Chris Messina as Malinov
  • Richard Kind as Max Klein
  • Titus Welliver as Jon Bates
  • Rory Cochrane as Lee Schatz
  • Devansh Mehta as Matt Sanders
  • Omid Abtahi as Reza
  • Kerry Bishe as Kathy Stafford

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