Date: Thursday, October 22, 2015
Time: 06:45 PM–09:00 PM
Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami’s
classic macabre film (1997, 95 min. Farsi
with subtitles) explores the complex
views Iranian citizens hold about life,
culture, and religion, as the protagonist,
Mr. Badii, drives around Tehran.
Following the screening, film critic and
filmmaker Godfrey Cheshire will lead a
talk. Presented in partnership with the
Maryland Film Festival.