Storyline:A taxi travels through the lively, colorful streets of Tehran and a variety of people get in and out. Along the way, they are interviewed by their driver and tell him what they think. It creates cheerful, but also dramatic situations. At the helm, none other than Iranian director Jafar Panahi is in the thick of things. It was filmed in the car with a fixed camera - but despite the static perspective unfolds a thematic diversity that extends far beyond the limits of the vehicle. It talks about poverty, superstition, filmmaking and the Iranian regime, which arrests people like Panahi and bans them.