300 is Offensive

The Iranian government is denouncing 300, the blockbuster film about the Battle of Thermopylae, citing it was created to spread lies in order to launch “cultural and psychological warfare” against Iranians. The New York Post reports:

Hollywood declares war on Iranians,” read a headline in the moderate newspaper Ayandeh-No. A front-page article charged that the film spreads the lie that Iran “has long been the source of evil, and modern Iran’s ancestors are the ugly murderous savages you see in ‘300.’”

Fun fact: In the actual account, the Persian king, Xerxes, cuts off Spartan Leonidas’ head and crucifies his body. This was not shown in the film.

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  1. Agreed.. what the hell were they thinking about? The whole Persian army was made of monsters and mutants. Xeroxes was like “Mutant Platoon Alpha.. CHARGE!”. I honestly feel that they intended to introduce the nowadays iranians as bad as possible. Screw you Hollywod

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