Review Film : A Separation

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Is there a clinical term to marry for fear? If so, you can use to define what I think about marriage. Outside of my parents and some other couples, do not think I’ve seen many couples are happy. Things that are annoying, boring and stressful, seem to say. One of my biggest problems with marriage, divorce. As shown in the movie A separation can be a problem, divorce and problems of people inside and outside marriage.

Simin (Leila Hatami) is a married woman who wants to leave his native country, Iran, and wanted to take her husband Nader (Peyman Moadi) and daughter Termeh (Sarina Farhadi) with itself. Nader refused to go because I wanted to stay with his father, who has Alzheimer’s disease. After his refusal, Simin decided to seek divorce, but has not passed. If the divorce is over and they parted, Nader presents a woman to help care for his father while he was away during the day. He thought this would be easier to time, but actually makes things worse, if he knew about the secret helpers.

Although the title, which made most of the non-separation, a separation with the truth. This is mainly about how this separation is to transform the lives of two people and many others around them. The most important changes we are committed to the arrival of a housekeeper to help Nader is currently the home of his wife’s disappearance to see. This leads to the central aspects of this story, and eventually end up in court for an event that I can not mention for obvious reasons.

Since then, most of the film in court and even more stress and negative vibrations. Difficulties with the housekeeper opened the Pandora’s box and the film asks the actor to tell this story and do it effectively with a great advantage. In almost all cases, we see the point of view of everyone in the film and why they want or need to do some things.

You could say that the separation of A is not people who are moral or immoral, if in its opinion is affected. These are just people who lost their lives. In some cases, may not agree with someone and the next, you really can not be some of the same person. This is unrealistic, because sometimes people who are doing their best to make a decision or do things that can not be true, but they do it for the right reasons or the right situation. As in everyday life, not always agree with the person, but you can understand their reasons.

We are not talking of only considering this for a story, we see a tug of war for the heart of the daughter of the couple, how to do crazy things in court and how all parties involved in the dual stress of everyday life to their face severe circumstances to do. The actors are able to work together to put on a very human performance. One can sympathize with his characters, as only judge people who are overcoming some of the difficulties of life.

Able to translate things in a good screen, but it is in an unusual way. The average film have generally plays music in the background to set the tone for a particular scene, but this separation does not occur in A. Except for that guy, I’m sure that 99.9% has nothing to do with music. I see the missing track towards the middle and I like the idea. That’s not something I always wanted, but that’s a nice gesture for a specific movie, and it worked for me.

I like to see the separation of A, because I can learn about other cultures than mine. I’m always willing to listen, because there are so many things to learn in life. Some of the things, what can we learn to help us in life and some may be well provided for educational purposes only. Anyway, never bad to learn. Has it changed my view on marriage? Of course not, but he managed to increase worries me to say “I”. I am sure I will get more women to preach to me about the virtues of marriage, but probably would have done the smart and have ignored the usual way.

Score: 3.5 / 5

Rating: PG-13

Directed by Asghar Farhadi

Peyman Moadi
Leila Hatami
Sarina Farhadi
Sareh Bayat
Merilä Zarei
Shahab Hosseini
Kamia Hosseini

Movie Length: 123 minutes

Release Date: December 30, 2011

Distributor: Sony Pictures Classics

Country: Iran


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