1979 Revolution: Black Friday is a game filled with anxiety driven decision and butting heads, but the most memorable part is sitting down and watching a family’s home videos. After being taken home by the main character’s brother, Hussein, and fighting over dinner, Reza goes into his father’s office to look for a camera only to find a stack of film reels. They sit on the desk, representing the past where both of the brothers got along and the family was not worried about the future of the Iranian people. Reza adds a loving comment about how he has to watch his Baba’s home movies, and the player is free to pick from the stack and watch any of the films. This shows how much Reza loves his family and friends, but it also conveys to the player that these characters contain lives, love and a culture as much as any us do.