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Let it come down, with its title from macbeth, tells the story of dyar, a new york bank clerk who throws up his secure, humdrum job to find a reality abroad with which to identify himself, and his macabre experiences in the inferno of tangiers as he gives in to his darkest impulses. Let it come down is set in post ww ii tangier, in the waning days when it constituted an international zone. Release dates 6 also known as aka 2 release dates canada 17 september 1998 toronto international film festival premiere canada 27 september 1998 cinefest sudbury. Rich in descriptions of the corruption and decadence of the international zone in the last days before moroccan. Lose yourself in paul bowless 1959 morocco tapes kcrw.

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