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Forming new families after death or divorce is never easy, even with the best of intentions, and the problem knows no geographic boundaries. A straightforward, well-acted and perceptive Iranian film called ’’The Father’’ addresses this problem with skill and insight against an exotic background…The desolation of the film’s village and desert landscapes serves only to underscore powerfully the importance of the psychological nourishment of peaceful, happy family relationships.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
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‘A small and simple world, yet vast and magnificent. Blue like the sky, clear like the river, and upright like the mountains.’ This statement captures Majidi’s style
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