Award-Winning 'Crimson Gold' Banned in Iran Crimson Gold, a film by Jafar Panahi, won awards at the Cannes Film Festival this year. But its critical view of class divisions in contemporary Iranian society has left it banned in Iran. NPR's Bob Mondello offers a review.
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Award-Winning 'Crimson Gold' Banned in Iran

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Award-Winning 'Crimson Gold' Banned in Iran

Award-Winning 'Crimson Gold' Banned in Iran

Award-Winning 'Crimson Gold' Banned in Iran

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Crimson Gold, a film by Jafar Panahi, won awards at the Cannes Film Festival this year. But its critical view of class divisions in contemporary Iranian society has left it banned in Iran. NPR's Bob Mondello offers a review.

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