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Ali Soozandeh knows his film about the secret sex lives of Iranians will never be shown there.Soozandeh doesn't regret for a second pulling back the veil on sexual hypocrisy and corruption he claims is at the heart of the Islamic Republic in "Tehran Taboo," his daring animated feature.Soozandeh, 47, who lives in Germany, said the myriad religious restrictions in his homeland force people to cheat and be dishonest with themselves, rotting them from within.Soozandeh got the idea for the film after overhearing young Iranians on the metro returning from a holiday in Tehran boasting of their sexual adventures there.Soozandeh – who worked as an animator on "Green Wave," a film about Iran's disputed 2009 election – said that while his debut film will never be shown there publicly, he has no doubt Iranians will watch it online.
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