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The results of a much-publicized L.A. shoot and around a million dollars in capital from a group of anonymous (allegedly non-governmental) benefactors made their debut this weekend, with noterror.info hosting the TV and print work slated to be shown in Iraq and possibly throughout the Middle East. Beirut's EFX films and L.A. production company 900 Frames created the campaign, 900 Frames orchestrating the Matrix-ish television spot, "Suicidal Terror," a slow-motion, multiple-camera capture of the moments surrounding a suicide bomber detonating his weapon.