But Mehran is now allied with the country's morality police, who are especially concerned with female transgressions. Then they hear the call to prayer and, knowing that men won't be there to witness, strip to their undies and go for a prohibited swim. But its mix of documentary detail and melodramatic plotting ultimately tips toward the latter. Credit: Roadside Attractions. But they're necessary both to the story and to establishing the powerlessness of women under authoritarian Islamic rule. Atafeh's sense of immunity begins to fade when her older brother returns after an absence. Her depiction of Tehran's youth-culture underground, partially corroborated by last year's No One Knows About Persian Cats , is exuberant and persuasive.
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