Leggere Lolita a Teheran


Genre Fiction
Director Eran Riklis
ScreenwriterMarjorie David
Production Company Rosamont

Based on bestseller of AZAR NAFISI

Islamic Republic of Iran. Every Thursday morning for two years, Azar Nafisi, a courageous and inspired teacher, secretly gathered seven of her best students to read the forbidden Western classics. Some came from conservative and religious families, others were progressive and secular; some had been in prison. At first shy and uncomfortable, not used to being able to speak openly, they soon took off their veils and began to express themselves more freely. While Islamic morality squads organised arbitrary raids in Tehran, while fundamentalists took over universities and a blind censor stifled artistic expression, the women in Azar’s living room talked not only about the books they were reading, but also about themselves, their dreams and their disappointments, interweaving their stories with the novels of Jane Austen, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Henry James and Vladimir Nabokov.

This luminous masterpiece gives us a rare, inside look at women’s lives in revolutionary Iran. Reading Lolita in Tehran is a work of great passion and poetic beauty, an extraordinary exploration of resilience in the face of tyranny and a celebration of the liberating power of literature.

Supported for the Development and the Distribution


Regia/Director: Eran Riklis
Sceneggiatura/Screenwriter: Marjorie David
Fotografia/DOP: Hélène Louvart
Montaggio/Editor: Arik Lahav-Leibovich
Suono/Sound: Gianluca Costamagna
Musiche originali/Music: Yonatan Riklis
Produzione/Production company: Rosamont, Minerva Pictures Group, Topia Communications 2003, Eran Riklis Production 1997
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