By Trevor Johnston
This brisk road movie from Jafar Panahi sees the Iranian director on top observational form.
By Bekzhan Sarsenbay
Jafar Panahi’s second film made under house arrest is a riveting meditation on censorship and defiance.
By David Jenkins
Jafar Panahi’s extraordinary self-portrait/protest piece is the gift that keeps on giving.
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