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“Panahi’s father’s broadly populist entertainments were deemed dangerous by those in power because they showed audiences taught to obsess over cultural differences how much we are all actually alike. His son is carrying on the family tradition in fine form. We might never learn the names of the characters in ‘Hit the Road,’ but we already know these people in our hearts.” – Sean Burns, WBUR

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