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If you want to see what a really good movie looks like, watch this one for sure!
When the wife moves in with her family, the husband hires a married woman with serious problems of her own to care for his father during the day while he is at work.
"A Separation" is writer and director Asghar Farhadi's fifth film, and it's the one that will establish him as one of the world's most brilliant storytellers.
A chance to look into the complications of another culture and society. As flawed as our society is, it is the best there is.Published 12 days ago by Deanna Lloyd
Fantastic movie!! I was drawn in emotionally from the first scenes. Very intense and believable. Highly recommend it!Published 1 month ago by Roxanne V.
My Iranian friend recommended this film as a way for me to better understand the pressures on Persian women and men.Published 1 month ago by B. Foster
This was a good movie about family life. I enjoyed the window into another culture. Very well done, and I enjoyed the way the director ended the film.Published 1 month ago by Tyler Sheffield
It is easy to see why this film won for Best Foreign Language Film 2011. It is simply done well! It did beat out a film from Israel, Footnote, which was equally as good! Read morePublished 1 month ago by RIZZO _*.*_
Beautifully sad movie. Great cultural insight. Personally I wish the ending brought with it more closure.Published 2 months ago by Rhia Blackburn
Subtle portrayal of human emotions and a realistic moral and legal quandary set against the backdrop of modern Iran society made this a very enjoyable movie.Published 2 months ago by DK