Like his Oscar-winning A Separation, Asghar Farhadi’s latest is an exquisitely sculpted family melodrama in which the end of a marriage is merely the beginning of something else. VARIETY
With the intent of finalising his divorce, Ahmad returns to Paris and to his estranged wife, Marie (The Artist's Bérénice Bejo). There, in the house he once lived he finds a tangled web of relationships that hint at even deeper concerns simmering below the surface. Revelation upon revelation lead the tension of this sophisticated drama toward an unnerving crescendo.
Best Actress and Prize of the Ecumenical Jury Cannes Film Festival 2013
Best Screenplay Durban International Film Festival 2013
Somerville: 27 Jan–2 Feb, 8pm, doors open 6pm
Joondalup Pines: 4–9 Feb, 8pm, doors open 7pm
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