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It's no surprise to me that Neshat actually made a 20 minute short starring the same actress in 2005 called Zarin, which was very well received.

In the movie we see a distillation of the unfortunate insensitivities to which a group of Iranian women have been subjected.

It's important to note that it would be an overreaction to condemn Iranian male society en masse.

It's a very beautiful movie, the garden of the villa that the general's wife sets herself up in after a very scandalous separation, is really very magical and shot wondrously.

I was worried that the movie was getting a bit lost in it's quest for aesthetic perfection, and thusly becomes almost soporific.

It's an awesomely ambitious adaptation of a famous novel of the same name by Shahrnush Parsipur (who has a cameo appearance as the brothel madam).

It's not particularly successful, I don't like saying that, but I think even Shirin Neshat, who was present for the screening was not happy with the finished article, which took a very long time to film. The most successful story perhaps is of the young prostitute Zarin, who is anorexic and actually played very well by a Hungarian actress, Orsolya Tóth.Amir Khan (played very ably by Essa Zahir) at one point approaches one of the women (Faezeh played by Pegah Ferydoni) and gives her this line about how women are flowers who blossom and then wither.He then asks her to become his second wife; his first wife, who has withered, will "of course" become her servant.The first part centers on a young girl on her ninth birthday who is told that she can ...See full summary » "Women Without Men" is a modern-day Golden Girls, shot in the style of Curb Your Enthusiasm.Magically, a young woman appears, helping the two ...

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