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6 Days


“A renaissance for global terrorism” is most of the archival newscast quotes used to set the scene within the establishing credits of “6 Days” — a true-existence hostage thriller methodically monitoring the 1980 siege of London’s Iranian Embassy by way of Iranian Arab militants. The unhappy irony, of path, is that few visitors would be capable of identification any precise era from that soundbite, and Toa Fraser’s lean, cleanly assembled dramatization is in its personal manner proof against historic specifics: Shot and styled in modern-day, ticking-clock movement style, it compresses the complex Theatcher-era politics of its fractious standoff right into a simplified West-as opposed to-Middle-East war that registers as extensively topical.

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By Max Schindler