Thursday, March 22 | 7:30 PM
Iran/US, not rated, 90 minutes
Directed by Hossein Keshavarz
Shot surreptitiously and at great risk on the streets of Tehran, the film intertwines the lives of six young Iranians as they struggle to satisfy their private desires in the face of conservative Islamic society. A salute to Nowruz, or “New Year,” the Persian celebration of the spring equinox.
Speaker: Rashin Fahandej, a visual artist and filmmaker who grew up in Iran, and Albrik Avenessian, a native of southwestern Iran with a graduate degree in Government and International Studies at Harvard.
All films are shown at the Studio Cinema at 376 Trapelo Road in Belmont, Massachusetts, unless specified.
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