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A film about the right to divorce for women in Iran. The Upside-down Triangle is the first feature film by Iranian independent filmmaker Hossein Rajabian. The black-and-white film has been shot and directed by Rajabian – who has been involved in photography for years – using digital cinema technology. The shooting of the film kicked off in mid-February 2013 and came to an end in early May 2013. Snowfall in Central Alborz in northern Iran and [problems associated with] local arrangements are to blame for the prolongation of the shooting

  1. Hossein Rajabian

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Original Title The Upside-down Triangle

Status Released

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  • May 18, 2016
    Theatrical

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Original Language Persian

Runtime 1h 46m

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