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Movie Screening Taxi Teheran Past

Friday, Aug 28, 2015 ,
3:30 PM
- Berlin, Germany

Berlinale-Gewinner 2015

Ein Taxi fährt durch die lebhaften Straßen Teherans. Die wechselnden Fahrgäste erzählen freimütig, was sie umtreibt: Ein Raubkopierer vertickt die neueste Staffel von "The Walking Dead" und Filme von Woody Allen, zwei alte Frauen wollen Goldfische in einer offenen Glaskugel transportieren und ein vorlautes kleines Mädchen erklärt seinen Anspruch auf Frappuccino. "So verdient wie diese Auszeichnung war seit langem kein Gewinner des Goldenen Bären. Anhand verschiedener Geschichten in und um Taxi-Fahrten durch Teheran erzählt er vom Zustand seines Landes. Ein herausragender Film!" Programmkino

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Jafar Panahi – Jafar Panahi, born July 11, 1960 in Mianeh, Iran is an Iranian filmmaker and is one of the most influential filmmakers in the Iranian New Wave movement. After studying film ...

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