From France comes the news of his disappearance Mehran Karimi Nasseria name that probably won’t say much to most people, but it contributed to writing an important page in his filmography Steven Spielberg. In fact, the 80-year-old is the man who inspired the movie station with Tom Hanks.
Nazareth lived for 18 years inRoissy Charles de Gaulle Airportin Paris, where he died today – November 12, 2022 – al Station 2Ffor natural causes According to French sources. His news story provided the basis for a story Victor NavorskyA citizen of an imaginary country Cracosia who finds himself stranded at New York airport after a long flight. Nasiri’s story is very different.
Born 1942 AD Suleiman Mosquein the province of kozistanwandered for a long time in search of the alleged real mother of British descent, before starting to live at Roissy Airport Since December 1988. According to the story, the man was turned away at the English border and returned because he did not have a passport – it was stolen, Nasiri’s account.
He was initially arrested, and later released because his entry into France was completely legal. However, there is no country of origin to return to, They started living in Terminal 1 of the airport. A French court ruled that he could not be deported, but he was not granted entry to France either. Attempts were then made to obtain new documents through Belgium, but the authorities required him to withdraw them personally, creating a unique bureaucratic tangle.
In 1995 he was given permission to travel to Belgium and live there, but only if accompanied and supervised by a social worker. However, Nasiri refused, because his intention was to go to the UK – again most likely to track down his mother. He also refused to sign any documents referring to him as an Iranian rather than a British citizen, claiming that as well His real name is Sir Alfred Mahran This episode is attributed to a possible deterioration in brain function.
Then the man moved to live in Terminal 1 at Charles de Gaulle Airport until… Until August 2006, when hospital treatment was required for food poisoning. After he was hospitalized, he was received by the French Red Cross and then lived in a hotel first and then in a shelter in Paris. But at Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport, Mehran Karimi Nasseri was a real celebrity and there were many reports covering it.
station by Steven Spielberg It was released in 2004 and adapted the story in a very fictional way and according to rumors the director was going to pay Nasiri $300,000 to be able to list it. Having spent all the movie money, he returned two weeks ago to live in the airport that served as his home for 18 years, until his death today.
source: Le Parisien
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