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A blind boy named Mohammed is released from his special school in Tehran for a summer vacation. Mohammed's father tried to convince the school to keep him over the summer, even though he was late to pick him up. Mohammed's father eventually takes him home after the headmaster refused.
The Color of Paradise (Persian: رنگ خدا, Rang-e Khodā, literally The Color of God) is a 1999 Iranian film directed by Majid Majidi.
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