Looks pretty intense. The film looks at the 1954 CIA coup in Iran from the perspective of two different women. It won Neshat the best director award at the Venice Film Festival, but apparently some of the initial newspaper reviews are coming in mixed. (Via L.A. Times).
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Dear MS.Neshat, Please accept my most sincere congratulations on the extremely faverable notice that your film”Women without Man”has been receiving at the Veniec Film Festival and elsewere.From what I have read about it.This film will bring profound issues of Iranian life and history to the attention of a international audience.I greatly look forward to seeing the film when it is released in New Your and wish you all success in bringing the film to new audiences worldwide.sincerely Bahram Rahmani