A Separation (2011)

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A Separation Release Date
December 30, 2011
A Separation Synopsis
A couple has to make a decision to leave Iran to better the life of their child or to stay and take care of a parent suffering from Alzheimers; however, the couple's marriage may end in divorce.
A Separation Credits
Starring: Peyman Moaadi, Leila Hatami, Sareh Bayat
Directed by: Asghar Farhadi
Produced by: Asghar Farhadi
Length: 123 min
MPAA Rating: [ PG-13 ]
Distributor: Sony Pictures Classics
Release Date:  December 30, 2011
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A Separation Director Asghar Farhadi's Cannes Hit The Past Goes To Sony Pictures Classics A Separation Director Asghar Farhadi's Cannes Hit The Past Goes To Sony Pictures Classics
In a role that was originally to be performed by Marion Cotillard, Bejo will play a woman whose husband (Ali Mosaffa) had left her and their two children behind to go back to his homeland. He returns after four years to finalize their divorce, and finds the wife has taken a new lover.
by Nick Venable May 19, 2013 discussion comments
Marion Cotillard To Star In A Separation Director's Follow-up Marion Cotillard To Star In A Separation Director's Follow-up
After the impeccable Iranian drama A Separation won worldwide notice and Oscar acclaim, concern arose that its director, Asghar Farhadi, could face troubles producing future films within the Iran, as his native land is infamous for censorship of cinema. This may be why he's making his next film in Paris, France
by Kristy Puchko May 17, 2012 discussion comments
Iranian Government Cancels Celebration Honoring Oscar-Winner A Separation Iranian Government Cancels Celebration Honoring Oscar-Winner A Separation
He was obviously a filmmaker proud of his culture and his country who was also able to recognize its faults. And it's shameful that the Iranian government will not allow such an artist to be heralded at home as he's been lauded abroad. Sadly, it seems getting worldwide attention for A Separation may make things much harder on Farhadi and his filmmaking from here on out.
by Kristy Puchko March 12, 2012 discussion comments
Iran Government Uses A Separation's Oscar Win As Excuse To Bash Israel Iran Government Uses A Separation's Oscar Win As Excuse To Bash Israel
TV station IRIB described A Separation's Best Foreign Language Oscar win as a moment to "leave behind" a movie from the "Zionist regime"-- that is, beating out the Israeli Best Foreign Language Film nominee Footnote. It's not surprising, exactly, that the Iranian government would use any opportunity to get a dig on their rival Israel, but it is disappointing
by Katey Rich February 29, 2012 discussion comments
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