If you catch a cab in Tehran, the last thing you expect is the county’s most famous filmmaker Jafar Panahi behind the wheel. A dashcam records all the conversations he has with his passengers. This proves to be a smart ploy by Panahi to circumvent the third filming ban imposed on him by the Iranian courts and show the world the daily struggles of Iranians. His candid passengers conjure up a moving portrayal of a restrictive society full of exceptional people. The filmmaker has kept things light by adding slapstick-like scenes. After every bend, new things happen and we meet new people. As we would expect, most of the ‘actors’ more or less play themselves as does Panahi. Using this hybrid, documentary narrative allows the Iranian master to once again idiosyncratically tackle Iranian censorship.