Iranian film by internationally renowned director Asghar Farhadi has been placed among the 100 best films made since the year 2000.
The list was released by the 100 best films made since the year 2000 with ‘A Separation’ by Asghar Farhadi among the selected titles.
The Guardian described the Oscar-winning Iranian director in its piece as the one whose “superpower is empathy, making the audience see all points of view. He lays depth charges in seemingly inconsequential moments with emotionally thrilling consequences.”
‘A Separation’ gained the 36th spots in the released countdown.
“The film begins with a couple in front of a judge asking for a divorce. She wants to leave Iran and take their daughter. He cannot go; his elderly father is sick. Everyone behaves badly in Asghar Farhadi’s desperately painful family drama,” the London-based daily says about ‘A Separation’.