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Mehran Karimi Nasseri, the Iranian man who lived for 18 years at Paris airport and inspired the movie “The Station”, has died.

Mehran Karimi Nasseri, the Iranian man who lived at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris between 1988 and 2006 and who inspired the film, has died. stationDirected by Steven Spielberg. it was the news Date From airport officials to the news agency France Press agency: Nasseri actually died on station 2F of the movie “Charles de Gaulle”, which he had resumed dating a few weeks before after spending a good chunk of the money he got from Spielberg’s movie rights. Thousands of euros in cash were found in his possession.

Born in 1942 and on poor terms with his family, Nasseri was forced to leave Iran when he was 35 years old due to his activism against Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Western-allied authoritarian leader at the head of the country before the revolution. Islam 1979 After wandering around Europe, he entered France illegally and lost his documents.

In August 1988, the border police stopped Nasseri in Building 1 in Charles de Gaulle, without the necessary documents recognizing him as a political refugee. So he remained inside the airport until 1998, when he was given the opportunity to leave: but he did not and remained there until 2006, when he left due to health problems. Meanwhile, American film studio DreamWorks offered him $250,000 for the rights to use his story.

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