There Is No Evil

Berlinale 2020
Golden Bear
Berlinale 2020
Ecumenical Jury Prize

There Is No Evil

A Film by Mohammad Rasoulof

2020 - Iran - Drama - 2.39 - 152 min.

with Ehsan Mirhosseini , Shaghayegh Shourian , Kaveh Ahangar & Alireza Zareparast

Language: Farsi
Produced by Mohammad Rasoulof , Kaveh Farnam & Farzad Pak

Every country that enforces the death penalty needs people to kill other people. Four men are put in front of an unthinkable but simple choice. Whatever they decide, it will directly or indirectly corrode themselves, their relationships, and their entire lives.

Berlinale 2020
Golden Bear
Berlinale 2020
Ecumenical Jury Prize

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