Tehran, June 2013. Iranians are preparing to elect the new President of the Islamic Republic. Massed in front of their TV, they comment on the presidential campaign broadcast by national channels. The jokes that accompany the parade of candidates betray the spectator’s disappointment. After the 2009 riots, do the Iranian people still believe in politics? In the privacy of their homes, facing the images relayed by satellite feed, state propaganda, images of the West, Egypt or Syria, women and men freely talk about their hopes, their anger and their fears.