the time I saw Maryam Zaree was in the Maxim Gorki Theater in Berlin. In the play Denial, directed by Yael Ronen, approached
she to her own mother from the stage. She asked her why they never spoke
that she was born in the infamous Evin prison in Tehran, which since 1972 has
has been a prison for political prisoners and is known for serious violations
human rights. Maryam cried on stage. In the hall I cried too.
the time I saw Maryam was in the emotionally charged documentary Born in Evin during the film's world premiere. . .
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