However, in a minute interview, Ebrahimi - wearing a hijab and a long woollen coat - said her former fiance threatened revenge after she ended their relationship a year ago because of his infidelity. He admits taking part but claims that Ebrahimi suggested the film, which he says was shot in her home, and then distributed it herself. Under Iranian law, video footage must be corroborated by supporting evidence or a confession. Ebrahimi acknowledged that she had been emotionally upset but denied reports that the affair had driven her to attempt suicide. The film, which has been distributed in street markets and posted on websites, has caused profound shock at a time when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's Islamist government is trying to banish the "corrupting" effects of western culture. However, Ebrahimi's high profile and the ongoing cultural clean-up campaign have prompted a sensitive reaction from the authorities.
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