I started watching it in the plane but I only managed part of it. So I had to use Amazon to watch the last part.
A must watch film.
This film explores the themes of guilt, shame, and obligation through the story of separated family struggling through hardship. Read more
Finding Asghar Farhadi (director) is like coming across Kieslowski for the first time. The sparse, understated, but always moving atmosphere of his films puts so much else into... Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Lawrence
Good and interesting throughout the whole story and well-performed. It is important to take a look of the way of life and how religion can determine your moral actions.Published 1 month ago by Ana Andre
Excellent character portrayal,potential insight into life in a Muslim state.
A range of diverse characters.
A must for all over 25's
Not as good as Kuma, but still a very good film in its' own right. Arrived, in time and excellent condition. can't go wrong, Would recommend it!Published 2 months ago by fergy
A well written well acted film with a surprisingly universal core story and also showing up the difficulties in a less than liberal society when relationship difficulties arise It... Read morePublished 3 months ago by D
I hesitated buying this film because the film trailers on-line suggest a film about the oppression of a Western woman in a marriage in Iran. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Peter Cavendish
A realistic portrayal of life in the Islamic Republic of Iran. Very moving, brought tears to my eyes. Very good acting and directing.Published 6 months ago by susan aramfar