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Iranian Film 'Crimson Gold' Makes N.Y. Debut

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Iranian Film 'Crimson Gold' Makes N.Y. Debut

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Iranian Film 'Crimson Gold' Makes N.Y. Debut

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Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi tells the story of a pizza delivery man in Tehran, in his newest movie, Crimson Gold. It's making its debut at the New York Film Festival tonight, but the acclaimed director won't be there. David D'Arcy reports.

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