Tyrant

Tyrant

America’s new geopolitical drama draws its headiness from the souks, it opulence from the palaces, and its starkness from the slums. This rich texture opens onto an intricate world of brewing revolution, oppression, and international manipulation. Politically sensitive, Morocco itself could serve as a real-life antithesis to Tyrant, a happy ending if one could ever exist. 

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