A beautifully made, deeply emotional drama that catches auds up in its troubled protags' lives, all the way to a staggering finale.
Amesty International Iranian Filmmakers
For international filmmakers, getting selected is the first step in the game
The Montreal World Film Festival unveiled its slate of 383 films from 70 countries Tuesday, including opener "Coteau Rouge," Quebec helmer Andre Forcier's offbeat family drama, which world preems in…
Asghar Farhadi's Iranian drama "Nader and Simin, a Separation," a look at contemporary Iranian society, took the top three awards at the Berlinale on Saturday.
It's clear where this slow-burning, scant-dialogue pic is headed from the get-go.
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