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In the third “anti-film” he has produced in the five years since he was sentenced to a 20-year ban on filmmaking, Iranian director Jafar Panahi takes to the streets of Tehran, driving a taxi outfitted with cameras and interacting with a cross section of passengers- men and women, young and old- from all walks of life. Conversations touch on issues of crime, punishment, morality and censorship, but some also become very humorous. Winner of the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival, this unconventional film represents both a triumph of the artistic spirit and a valuable opportunity to observe everyday life in a society we need to learn much more about. In Persian with English subtitles. Writer/Director: Jafar Panahi. (Iran 2015) 82 min.

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