Banned thought-provoking Iranian film...

Banned thought-provoking Iranian films come to Tehran's black market

There are 2 comments on the Payvand News of Iran story from Feb 6, 2010, titled Banned thought-provoking Iranian films come to Tehran's black market. In it, Payvand News of Iran reports that:

Official restrictions on screening films have added a new category to Tehran's black market, once the exclusive domain of porno flicks, home video footage and bootleg copies of onscreen Iranian and foreign films.

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Tomm

Hameln, Germany

#1 Feb 7, 2010
especially pornos-it is unique sort of art. Naturally that such sh..s must be banned and everywhere.
Theo

Germany

#2 Feb 7, 2010
porno flims- it should be banned everywhere

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