In a manner typical of Iranian cinema, A Man of Integrity uses allegory to condemn the prohibitive – and punitive – government restrictions on creative expression that local artists must contend with. Anthony Carew examines this Cannes Un Certain Regard prize winner's svelte narrative to unpack the polemic behind the revenge plot.
Asian cinema, Iran, bureaucracy, corruption, patriarchy, classism.
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