Iranian director, Jafar Panahi, forbidden to make movies after quarrelling with the regime, tried a different dodge this time after making one in his flat and another in a friend’s seaside bungalow. Taxi, his third unattributed feature, takes place entirely in a taxi driven by himself, with a video camera stuck on the dashboard.
It has an accident victim rushed to hospital cradled by his screaming wife, a passenger quarrelling with a woman about the death penalty for thieving and a lawyer worrying about the fate of female prisoners who have troubled the regime.
It is staged, of course. But fascinating all the same. Clearly you can’t keep a good man down. There are no credits.