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My Tehran for Sale2009

  • 3.5
In this riveting, insider’s perspective on life in Iran’s capital city, Marzieh, a terminally ill actress wearily relates her desperate quest for political asylum through a series of interviews with an unsympathetic government official. Beginning with details of her doomed relationship with an Iranian-born Australian and their plan to relocate to Adelaide, she recounts her struggle to work as an actress under Iran’s current regime, her hope for a future ultimately dashed by the devastating discovery of her illness and her need to “escape” the only home she has ever known. Set against the backdrop of Tehran’s thriving arts culture and framed through a series of artful and dramatic flashback sequences, poet-turned-filmmaker Granaz Moussavi boldly registers the trials of a modern woman struggling to flourish in Iran’s contemporary political climate.

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Women have more fun. A well known fact. If you love the current regime, it's important to keep the women down. They will ruin everything if you don't.