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'In real life the siege began when a group of six gunmen stormed into the Iranian embassy in South Kensington, London, on April 30th 1980.They took mostly embassy staff hostage but among them was BBC sound recordist Sim Harris who was at the embassy to get a visa.On Tuesday, a US Navy patrol ship fired warning shots at a Guards boat in the Gulf as it closed in on the American vessel, US officials said.The Guards denied approaching the US ship on that occasion and said it was the American vessel that had been at fault.Bell, best known for his role in 'Billy Elliot,' plays the character of Lance Corporal Rusty Firmin who was among of the members of the elite unit that ended the six day long siege in dramatic style.'True story': 'I was just so angry watching the film because it was all wrong,' Horsfall, 60, told Mail Online. Pictured: Actors recreating the siege for '6 Days' Who dares: SAS man Robin Horsfall told Mail Online: 'Those watching it would think there were just eight people taking part, but there were five teams of eight men who stormed the embassy but they are just left out of the film'.
In January, the USS Mahan destroyer fired warning shots at four Iranian Revolutionary Guard vessels that approached at high speed in the Strait of Hormuz, which connects it to the Indian Ocean.A US Navy ship has fired flares at an Iranian patrol boat in the Persian Gulf on the day Tehran condemned new sanctions on its missile programme.Iran's Revolutionary Guards said on Saturday that the US Navy had approached their patrol vessels in the Gulf and fired flares in what it called a provocative move yesterday afternoon.The gunmen also demanded safe passage out of the Britain.Elite unite: Robin Horsfall, pictured second right in Belfast before the Iranian Embassy raid, said of the film: 'I was just so angry watching the film because it was all wrong.