"In spite of the fact that I’m banned from entering my homeland, I  managed to film deep inside Iran with the help of devoted friends who  risked their lives to film the footage that I needed," said Mr.  Allamehzadeh, who is not a Baha’i.
"I have made several challenging documentaries during my long career  as a filmmaker – but none of them was as difficult to make as Iranian Taboo,” he said.
Mr. Allamehzadeh said he chose to call the film Iranian Taboo because he has found that even those Iranians who believe Baha’is should have their human rights remain silent on the matter.
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