Iran: 'Divorce Iranian Style' now available online
This 2001 documentary by Kim Longinotto is about women and divorce in Iran set in a family law court in Tehran. It focuses on several cases of women trying to divorce their husbands and can now be viewed online.
Submitted on Sun, 09/03/2006 - 00:00
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