Critic Consensus: Tehran's expertly plotted twists further elevate a geopolitical thriller deftly balanced between the global and the personal.
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Tehran makes it clear that the Mossad is capable of unsavory violence, and it pointedly avoids reducing Iranians to monsters, carefully making a distinction between the people and their government.
The true action is configured in the persistent displacement between borders but also between personal loyalties and family roots. [Full review in Spanish]
Tehran moves away from traditional stereotypes about Iran, and highlights the range of different, and often complicated, feelings the Iranian people have about their government.
Eventually, the reality hits you: There are neither heroes nor villains in Tehran. As in real life, 'good guys' and 'bad guys' are hard to find.
Tehran is extremely intense, and it's smart and fast, with little dramatic relief. I learned a lot about life and alliances in certain parts of the world.
This handsome Israeli spy drama is tense and involving from the get-go, and while it doesn't always feel as fiendishly plotted as you might expect it to be, it provides uncommon insight into the complex human fabric of a region.
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