In "Rosewater," the first film by "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart, the answer is far more complicated than those of us more familiar with CNN sound bites could ever imagine. A powerful yet surprisingly approachable tale of an Iranian-born journalist who was imprisoned 118 days for taking a video, it's an absurd and slightly heartbreaking look at what happens when you try to keep an entire country in the dark.
This is a prison story, but perhaps the strongest thing about it is that it's not the traditional "strength through adversity" tale that you get out of so much fiction. "Rosewater" is based on a memoir, which means that our hero isn't a revolutionary so much as a journalist looking to make a few ext...
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