I don’t remember where I saw A Separation and decided to add it to my Amazon wish list.
Kitamura chooses a first-person narrator, the wife who has been separated from her husband for several months. 126 more words
Asghar Farhadi, last year’s Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award winner for the excellent “The Salesman”, won his first Oscar (and, may we add, the Golden Bear as well) back in 2011 with this wonderfully complex and multilayered social drama, a portrait of a family’s disolution and the ramifications of class conflicts. 783 more words
Asghar Farhadi’s movies are set in the religious, very traditional Iranian society, without ever criticizing, judging, condemning, nor approving any of it. He just shows life as it unfolds within the rules and logic of deep rooted traditions, customs and beliefs. 57 more words