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Photo of Golshifteh Farahani

Golshifteh Farahani

“I have scars from every film I have made. There is nothing to protect actors. They treat you worse than a dog. You work like a slave, and you know, I like it. That is the way it should be. Every film should be like your last.”

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    Manele Labidi France, 2019

    A charming fish-out-of-water comedy, this debut feature places local cultural anxieties on the therapist’s couch. Starring an effortlessly charismatic Golshifteh Farahani, Arab Blues affectionately maps the social landscapes of post-revolution Tunisia with wit, warmth, and a keen eye for the absurd.

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    Louis Garrel France, 2015

    The latest filmmaker in the Garrel dynasty, Philippe’s son Louis picks up the camera for this, his debut feature as a writer-director. Co-written with his regular collaborator Christophe Honoré, Two Friends is a terrific 21st century spin on the classic and, yes, French love triangle drama.


    Abbas Kiarostami Iran, 2008

    The final film in Kiarostami’s experimental video phase, Shirin is the story of Iran’s social oppression of women told purely through powerful reaction shots of famous actors as they watch an unseen performance. Includes Juliette Binoche, who would later star in Kiarostami’s Certified Copy.


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