Without My Daughter (Part 6 of 6)
In the final segment of the documentary,
Sayyed reflects on his efforts to contact
his daughter Mahtob and he thanks the
filmmakers for their assistance.
Without My Daughter (Part 5 of 6)
Part 5 of the Without My Daughter
documentary. A Michigan judge is
interviewed and Sayyed contacts the
American Embassy in Helsinki, Finland and
he is told that he must return to Iran to
attempt to obtain a visa. Sayyed pleads
with the woman at the embassy to help him
reach his daughter.
Without My Daughter (Part 4 of 6)
Watch part 4 of the documentary film.
Here, we see Sayyed try to phone his
daughter again from his home in Tehran,
Iran. Sayyed shows us his passport and
departs for Finland, a place that he feels
is neutral ground where he and Mahtob can
Without My Daughter (Part 3 of 6)
Part 3 of the Finnish documentary
defending Sayyed Bozorg Mahmoody's point
of view. Sayyed claims that the real
story is that he, being an
anesthesiologist, returned to his country
to help those injured in the war between
Iran and Iraq.
Without My Daughter (Part 2 of 6)
Part 2 of the documentary Without My
Daughter. In this segment, a former friend
of Betty's, who still lives in Iran, says
that Betty's husband Sayyed "was
giving permission for Betty to leave"
Without My Daughter (Part 1 of 6)
Part 1 of a 2002 documentary told from
Sayyed Bozorg Mahmoody's point of view. In
the film, he explains that he was the one
done the injustice when his wife Betty
kidnapped their daughter and fled Iran. In
this segment, Sayyed tries to phone his
daughter Mahtob but instead hears Betty's
voice on the answering machine.
This video features footage of Betty
Mahmoody, author of Not Without My
Daughter, being interviewed by Maria
Shriver circa 1991.