Goodbye (2011 film)
|Directed by||Mohammad Rasoulof|
|Produced by||Mohammad Rasoulof|
|Written by||Mohammad Rasoulof|
|Edited by||Mohamadreza Muini|
Noura (Leyla Zareh) is an attorney whose license has been revoked by the government, as her resultant attempts at escape meet with ever-mounting roadblocks. Evoking a sense of dread and despair, Rasoulof (himself officially constrained from making more films) constructs a fitting metaphor for the stultifying pressures faced by many in today’s Iran.
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