A Separation: Simple, Evocative and Poignant

Asghar Farhadi’s ‘A Separation’ is a fine piece of evocative filmmaking that is poetic, complex and deeply layered – led by a tremendous cast in Leila Hatami & Payman Maadi.⁣

The Oscar winning tale goes back to the roots of cinema and explores the idea of what it means to tell a story – one that responds to our sense of morality as much as our innate sense of empathy. ⁣

“Nader and Simin, a married couple, live in Iran with their daughter Termeh. Simin wants to move out of the country, but Nader is reluctant to do so as he wants to take care of his ailing father.”⁣

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