Iranian cinema and philosophy: shooting truth. Erfani, F. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
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"In film studies, Iranian films are kept at a distance, as "other," different, and exotic. In reponse, this book takes these films as philosophically relevant and innovative. Each chapter of this book is devoted to analyzing a single film, and each chapter focuses on one philosopher and one particular aesthetic question"--
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