SET in Iran, Offside tells the story of the female football supporters in the country – growing in numbers. But the same problem arises – women in Iran cannot watch football and many dress as boys to try to get into a game. Before the kick-off, a girl
SET in Iran, Offside tells the story of the female football supporters in the country - growing in numbers.
But the same problem arises - women in Iran cannot watch
football and many dress as boys to try to get into a game.
Before the kick-off, a girl is stopped at a checkpoint and led away to an enclosure next to the stadium. After the game, she and others like her will be handed over to the vice squad.
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But the women are determined not to give up. They'll use every trick they know in order to get to see the game after all.
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