An atheist himself, Iranian director Mehran Tamadon convinces four mullahs to come stay with him and engage in a group conversation that spans over two days. Within such confined space, they discuss the challenges of coexisting in today’s world and how to respect each other’s belief.
Mehran Tamadon (Bassidji) invites four mullahs into his home to discuss their faith and his atheism in this lively, provocative documentary: a film that takes place across two days, yet was 12 years in the making. An evenhanded, and even laid-back debate on coexistence and secular society.
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