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Dir: Hassan Nazer 2022 | 85 mins

Iranian with English subtitles

Nine-year-old Yahya is obsessed with films. When he finds an Oscar statue at the local dump where he works, his boss agrees to help find the statue’s owner. Their quest to return it becomes a story of friendship and a shared love of cinema.

'... The film will be best appreciated by those who recognise its tributes to particular Iranian movies. But there is plenty for all viewers to enjoy in its quiet humour and restrained pathos.' ★★★★ Sunday Times

'Winners emerges as a refined love letter to cinema.' ★★★★ Radio Times

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