“Don’t you ever think why you wanna leave this country? ‘Cause every time you face a trouble, you give in. Rather than confront it.” – Nader (Peyman Moaadi) 523 more words
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Asghar Farhadi’s 2011 Academy Award-winning fifth feature film tells the multilayered tale of a family disintegration presenting contrasts and conflicts of gender, class and religion, combining classic Iranian domestic cinema and neorealism with a courtroom drama. 953 more words
If A Separation was director Asghar Farhadi’s rise to fame, The Past solidifies his reputation as one of the best filmmaker’s working today. Farhadi expands upon the premise of A Separation of an Iranian family struggling to maintain itself to a multicultural level, yet The Past is just as attentive in examining the lives of its characters with its use of a compelling screenplay and a devoted group of actors.
Una separación (A Separation, 2011), una película iraní ganadora del Óscar como mejor película extranjera en el 2011 que narra la historia de una casa dividida por la exasperación. 1,290 more words