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Running Time: 56 minutes
Language: English & Farsi with English subtitles
Venue: Bay Model, 2100 Bridgeway in Sausalito
Director: David Vee
Description: [Screening @ Tiburon Film Society]
Pulp Farsi is not a documentary about politics and religion. It’s is a film about the Persian psyche! Australian filmmaker David Vee spent 2 1/2 years living in the Islamic Republic of Iran as an expat. In Iran ‘the powers that be’ deem it illegal to film on the streets and this is severely enforced!
Hence, to obtain his story he used a small hand-held camcorder and filmed Guerrilla Style. If there was one country, where the word dichotomy had to be used, it would be Iran. Paradoxically religion is everywhere, yet nowhere.
Pulp Farsi illustrates the bizarre reality of this mystifying and polemic nation. David Vee had a wild ride through Iran, and this is Pulp Farsi!
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