The film Red Gold by Hossein Agha is a person with a background in the front who works as a motor courier in a pizzeria. Because of the orders he receives from the affluent areas of the city, he becomes acquainted with the life of the bourgeoisie of Tehran. On the other hand, in several encounters with a gold shop, he is ridiculed and insulted. His journey among the affluent people of the society and looking at his own position in the society and the psychological effects of being insulted by the owner of the gold shop, causes him to commit a great crime. In this film, Panahi has tried to show the different layers of Iranian life and to examine the issue of class divide among the Iranian people.

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