Iran: The Past (2013) Director: Asghar Farhadi A mixed marriage between an Iranian man and a French woman ends when the man leaves the woman to return to his home country. As his wife files for a divorce, he returns to France to find out she's living with another man and things get complicated.
With the anniversary of the hit movie Back to the Future approaching, Universal is re-releasing the movie on blu-ray on October This is the date is particularly special as it is that day that Doc Brown and Marty McFly visit in Back to the Future Part II
16 Photos Of A Magical Mongolian Tribe That Rides Reindeer And Hunts With Eagles The Dukha people of Northern Mongolia share a fascinating connection with the region’s animals and landscape, the type of bond the world needs to remember exists.
Circumstance - a powerful film especially when you realize that the actors and everyone involved with the film will no longer be allowed to return to their country of origin. In the vein of "1,000 Splendid Suns", an eye-opening look at the lack of human rights that still exists in our world.
Ahmad (Ali Mosaffa) returns to Paris to finalize his divorce from Marie (Bérénice Bejo), but his visit opens old wounds and new revelations involving the man (Tahar Rahim) she’s preparing to marry. Writer/director Asghar Farhadi‘s latest continues his interest in exploring relationships fractured by truths and misconceptions, and while it doesn’t reach the same heights as A Separation or About Elly it remains a powerful, beautifully acted film. That final teardrop? Brilliant.
“I had no idea how Sepideh’s life would develop, but I had a hunch that … wouldn’t be the story about suppression and victims. I think it’s also very interesting to hear about meeting young people who dare to dream – those stories exist too.” This film looks like a Smart Girls must-see!