Abadan is a 2003 drama film by Iranian filmmaker Mani Haghighi. It was his first feature film after making a few short films. Because the film was not pre-approved by Iran's Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance and because of including profanity and spoken references to extramarital relations, it bypassed Tehran's 2003 Fajr International Film Festival and had its world premier in Chicago at the 2003 Festival of Films from Iran. It was also shown at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival.

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  • Abadan is a 2003 drama film by Iranian filmmaker Mani Haghighi. It was his first feature film after making a few short films. Because the film was not pre-approved by Iran's Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance and because of including profanity and spoken references to extramarital relations, it bypassed Tehran's 2003 Fajr International Film Festival and had its world premier in Chicago at the 2003 Festival of Films from Iran. It was also shown at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival.
  • Abadan é um filme de drama iraniano, lançado em 2003 e dirigido por Mani Haghighi.
  • Abadan (Persian: آبادان‎) is a 2003 drama film by the Iranian filmmaker Mani Haghighi. It was his first feature film after making a few short films. Because the film was not pre-approved by Iran's Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance and because it included profanity and spoken references to extramarital relations, it bypassed Tehran's 2003 Fajr International Film Festival and had its world premier in Chicago at the 2003 Festival of Films from Iran. It was also shown at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival.
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  • Abadan is a 2003 drama film by Iranian filmmaker Mani Haghighi. It was his first feature film after making a few short films. Because the film was not pre-approved by Iran's Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance and because of including profanity and spoken references to extramarital relations, it bypassed Tehran's 2003 Fajr International Film Festival and had its world premier in Chicago at the 2003 Festival of Films from Iran. It was also shown at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival.
  • Abadan é um filme de drama iraniano, lançado em 2003 e dirigido por Mani Haghighi.
  • Abadan (Persian: آبادان‎) is a 2003 drama film by the Iranian filmmaker Mani Haghighi. It was his first feature film after making a few short films. Because the film was not pre-approved by Iran's Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance and because it included profanity and spoken references to extramarital relations, it bypassed Tehran's 2003 Fajr International Film Festival and had its world premier in Chicago at the 2003 Festival of Films from Iran.
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