Tehran Taboo

Tehran Taboo
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Noora

This movie is quite bad. I gave it 2 stars because I think the animation deserves it, but it's an extreme depiction and manipulation of Iran. Iran was never this harsh, it was never this dark. I lived in Tehran for a decade, as a woman, and it was just never like this. Its quite sad that this ...Read more

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rohola

1:30 waste of time. The movie tries to show anything negative you can find in Iran. You can create pretty much the same thing almost everywhere in the world if you just collect all the disastrous things that are happening around. For those who are watching this: I lived in Iran for 28 years ...Read more

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Virginia

Dark but culturally expressive storyline. Explores feminist concepts in a deeply patriarchal and oppressive society.

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Maya

Beautiful and depressing. Impressed that a man made this film, focusing much on the plight of women and their lack of freedom and choice in Iran.

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Sepehr

More caricature than film, it fails to depict any believable characters or events. And ultimately a disturbing delusion which claims to represent reality.

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Daniel

Hello Sepehr. I saw your comment and I am curious if you could elaborate on what elements of the film you find delusional and unbelievable and maybe a little insight into why you feel that way? If you don't mind of course.

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J

Being born in Iran is a misfortune especially if you are a woman. Such tragic and true.

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Mina

I'm assuming that this depicts modern-day Iran? An incredibly engaging glimpse into Tehran life.

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