Be the first in Southeast Asia to see Mohammad Rasoulof’s Golden Bear winning film There is No Evil at Oldham Theatre this November.
Directed by: Mohammad Rasoulof
Runtime: 150 minutes
Country: Germany, Czech Republic, Iran
Language: Farsi with English subtitles
GOLDEN BEAR (BEST FEATURE FILM)
PRIZE OF THE ECUMENICAL JURY
Berlin International Film Festival 2020
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Sunday, 1 November, 4pm
Friday, 6 November, 8pm
Sunday, 8 November, 4pm
Saturday, 14 November, 8pm
Saturday, 21 November, 8pm
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Making its Southeast Asian premiere, Iranian filmmaker Mohammad Rasoulof’s film There is No Evil comprises of four stories that are unified by the theme of the death penalty and its place in Iranian society. It asks the question, “What would you do?” in such a situation, and in such a society. The film went on to clinch the Berlin International Film Festival’s highest honour, the Golden Bear, earlier this year.
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Measures will be taken to ensure the health and safety of all patrons at Oldham Theatre. This includes wearing a mask at all times for both staff and patrons, temperature taking, SafeEntry logging and observance of social distancing around the theatre. Doors will open 20 minutes before showtime, so do ensure you arrive early to register and take your temperature.