CRIMSON GOLD – Review by Diane Carson

An ideal partnership is realized in Iranian director Jafar Panahi’s Crimson Gold, written by his Iranian film mentor and friend, Abbas Kiarostami. Though Iran regularly bans both men’s work and, upon occasion, detains them, Panahi and Kiarostami continue to make astonishing films, this one shrewdly critiquing social inequity through a pizza delivery man’s experiences over two days.

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