White haired man sits by the fireplace

See You Friday, Robinson

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Copresented by the Pejman Foundation

Cinematic legend Jean-Luc Godard penned a letter to Iranian filmmaker and novelist Ebrahim Golestan (Brick and Mirror). So began an epistolary and filmic relationship, captured by director Mitra Farahani, which held messages on language, cinema, politics, death and regret. As both artists grew increasingly isolated by age, Godard was 91, Golestan 100—they established an invigorating and humorous long-distance companionship.

2022, dir: Mitra Farahani, DCP, color, 96 minutes


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