No to U.S. products
This week, the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran issued a 227-item ban list on U.S. consumer goods. The list includes billiard tables, bottle openers, chewing gum, cigars, nail and shaving products, shuttlecocks, stamps, tanks, toilet paper, vinegar, etc. Even though sanctions prevent direct trade between the United States and Iran, last month Reza Nematzadeh of the Iranian Commerce and Industry Minister ordered a ban “to stop the entry of American consumer goods and to prohibit products that symbolize the presence of the United States in the country.”
Star Wars in Iran
In 1977, the first Star Wars film debuted in theaters. Here’s an ad for Episode IV: A New Hope at Tehran's Shahr-e Farang cinema.