🎬“The Salesman🎬 (Persian: فروشنده , Forušande )” won @theacademy for best foreign language film and at @festivaldecannes , Shahab Hosseini won the award for Best Actor and Asghar Farhadi won the award for Best Screenplay. Farhadi🎥 is one of the best known names in world cinema. His films offer keen observations of Iranian society like no other. The film is beautifully acted by @shahaab_hosseini , who makes Emad a knight with a control freak inside, and @tarraneh_alidoostti , who suggests a woeful Iranian version of🍃Marion Cotillard. It is a powerful drama that on the surface is the story of a young couple whose peaceful lives are disrupted by a tragedy in Iran, but below the surface, The Salesman speaks to many themes much more complicated. At its heart, the movie is a morality play which examines the power of revenge and forgiveness, as well as offering an honest and revealing look at society and culture in modern Iran. Adding another level to the film is Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, which is also a backdrop for the film. This is the masterpiece👌💯 of one of the best directors working today and is undoubtedly a film worth seeing for its complexity. While watching “The Salesman” keep in mind that this is a masterful lesson of filmmaking. If you’ve watched A Separation or About Elly, you would know that ambiguity is key to his stories, and there are no easy pay-offs. What you’re rewarded with in the end is usually an honest, powerful study of complex human emotions.
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