Film show: Iranian reality TV that decides if you live or die

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Film critic Lisa Nesselson talks to Eve Jackson about prize winning Iranian film “Yalda: A Night for Forgiveness” inspired by a reality TV show and “The Trial of the Chicago 7” directed by screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, who made “Molly’s Game”  with Jessica Chastain.

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