A young man tries to make some money so he can marry his girlfriend. He takes a job for $2,000 and then soon realizes that this job involves killing a woman.
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The “No Bears” filmmaker is going on strike to protest his continued incarceration in Iran’s Evin prison, even though Iranian courts have allegedly voided his sentence.
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The second wave of the lineup also includes films “Bottoms” and “Tetris.”
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