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Pavel Florovsky over 2 years ago
Nazampal Kaur Jaswal over 4 years ago
Women Without Men is a 2009 political drama film written and directed by Shirin Neshat and Shoja Azari. "In 1953, four Iranian women search for freedom or survival in Shirin Neshat's interpretation of the banned novel by Shahrunsh Parshipar. Iranian-American artist Shirin Neshat is well-known for her photographs and moving image work depicting Islamic culture in poetic, stylised form. Since 2005 she has been working on the project Women Without Men, exhibiting some parts of it as gallery installations, and now presenting it as a feature film. It is an interpretation of Shahrunsh Parsipar's novel of the same name, banned in Iran since its publication in 1989, which combines Neshat's skill in creating mood and tone with the magical-realist elements of the original writing. In parallel sequences, she portrays the lives of four women in 1953, the year when Iran's elected Prime Minister was removed in a coup d'etat backed by Britain and the US, in order to re-instate the Shah and avoid...
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