Kamal Tabrizi's satire on the clergy in post-revolutionary Iran won widespread acclaim, and its popularity continues among Iranians to this day. While in prison, petty criminal Reza comes across a clergyman. Reza soon dons his new acquaintance's clerical robes and makes a bid for freedom. However, Reza soon learns that being a clergyman brings little respect from the public at large. Many Iranians going about their daily lives in the capital want little to do with the clergymen, many of whom enjoy positions of high authority within the country. Reza travels to the outlying villages, from where he plots to escape the country. However, his plans must be put on hold when the villagers accept Reza into their community and expect him to perform religious duties. Will Reza's prison break transform him into an unlikely pillar of the community?
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