- 91 min
- Directed by: Ramin Bahrani
- Written by: Bahareh Azimi, Ramin Bahrani
- Cast: Red West, Souleymane Sy Savane
Bahrani continues with his highly successful less-is-more approach to filmmaking, using authentic locations and non-professional actors to portray and comment on the lives of those on the margins of American society. His latest effort is an evocative and eventually transcendent depiction of a relationship between an elderly white Southerner (West) and a Senegalese taxi driver (Souleymane).
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Reviews & features
Goodbye Solo21 Oct 2009
Culture clashing in Queens
Shooting on authentic locations and working with non-professional actors, writer-director Ramin Bahrani makes films about those surviving on the margins of American society. In his debut feature Man Push Cart his protagonist was a Pakistani street…
Profile: Ramin Bahrani16 Oct 2009
The film-making son of Iranian immigrants
Name Ramin Bahrani Born 20 March 1975, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Background The son of Iranian immigrants to America, Bahrani grew up in North Carolina and studied film at Columbia University in New York, where he made several short films.
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