A lyrical documentary that explores the provocative Iranian artist Bahman Mohassess, dubbed the “Persian Picasso,” whose art dominated pre-revolutionary Iran before he was driven into exile. A gay man in a hostile world, Mohassess was praised as a national icon only to be censored later by an oppressive regime. Directed by Mitra Farahani. (Iran, 2014, 102 minutes)
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