Women without men

 Iranian video artist Shirin Neshat has made her first feature film about women’s lack of freedom and growing political involvement in 1953 Iran, but she said the story had strong parallels with the situation today. Neshat’s “Women Without Men” is in competition at the Venice film festival. It chronicles the intertwining lives of four women from different walks of life at the time of the US and British-backed coup which deposed the democratically elected Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh and reinstated Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi to power.

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