Monday, November 26, 2007

Review: Zero Degree Turn

Creating quite a stir in Iran, Zero Degree Turn is a television miniseries that has been bowling audiences over with its extraordinary love stories and bold acting.

The series is centered around a relationship that an Iranian student develops after he travels to Paris for university during the Second World War. After meeting a Jewish French girl named Sarah Struk, the Persian student - Habib Parsa, develops feelings for her, despite their initial clash of interests.

Parsa eventually helps Stuk escape from the Nazi forces with the aid of Iranian diplomats. This hour long drama has achieved great acclaim for its strong production values, poignant storylines, and above all, the crossing of boundaries within the theme of love.

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