Our Summer in Tehran - by Justine Shapiro

alborz
by alborz
14-Apr-2011
 

Over the course of three months, Jewish filmmaker Justine Shapiro and her six-year-old son Mateo experience the daily life of three middle class families from very different backgrounds in Tehran, Iran. Our Summer in Tehran goes behind the traditional mainstream media headlines and explores a fascinating, yet strikingly familiar home of the "enemy."

http://www.oursummerintehran.com/

This film will be showing on many PBS stations, so check your local listings.

Other clips of this wonderful film.

http://www.oursummerintehran.com/extras.html

Alborz

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Dear Maryam...

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... I hope that you do get to see it.  I missed the first part of it but found that it will be shown again.   Here is more on the circumstances surrounding this movie.  

http://www.kqed.org/arts/movies/article.jsp?essid=43896 

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Seems very Nice Documentary

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I look forward seeing it.