An orange Chevrolet Impala drives across a cemetery towards an abandoned shipwreck in the middle of a desert landscape. It is the 22nd of January, 1965. The day before, the Iranian prime minister was shot dead in front of the parliament building.
An exciting brainteaser from the Iranian director Mani Haghighi, a grotesque and symbolic neo-noir, which has already been dubbed the Persian “True Detective,” even without the direct influence of David Lynch or Guy Ritchie. One of the most original films of the 2016 Berlin Film Festival.
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