Adults Summer Reading,

World Cinema Adventure: Inversion

Tuesday, August 13 • 5:30pm

This summer, travel the world from the comfort of your library! We’ll visit four countries throughout July and August, watching a film and enjoying snacks from each.

No registration required, meet in the Community Room. These films are not rated and may be suitable for adults only. Can’t make it in person? Find this movie, and many others from around the world on Streaming cinema, documentaries, and education are all FREE with your library card.


Inversion from Iran


Tehran’s air pollution has reached maximum levels because of thermal inversion. Unmarried 30- something Niloofar lives with her aged mother, and stays busy with her alterations shop. When doctors insist that her mother must leave smoggy Tehran for her respiratory health, Niloofar’s brother and family elders decide that she must also move away to accompany her mother. Niloofar is torn between family loyalty and living her own life and pursuing a potential love interest. She is the youngest and she has always obeyed their orders, but this time she must stand up for herself.

With fascinating insights into everyday life in Tehran, the film portrays the ‘inversion” of a woman, and her mutiny against male domination.

Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival.

2016 1hr 24min

Genre: Drama


Upcoming film:

Tuesday, August 27
“Guaraní” from Argentina