Zum Glück weiß ein Bekannter Rat, mit dem die beiden gerade das Theaterstück The Salesman (Tod eines Handlungsreisenden) von Arthur Miller einüben. Mit "The Salesman" ist dem Iraner Ashgar Farhadi ein großes Drama um Schuld und Rache gelungen. Zu den Oscars aber wird er nicht reisen. The Salesman (Forushande) [dt./OV]. (60)IMDb 7,82 Std. 3 MinX-Ray6. Ausgezeichnet mit dem Oscar als Bester fremdsprachiger Film! Fluchtartig.
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Der Lehrer Emad und seine Frau Rana müssen ihr baufälliges Haus in Teheran verlassen und ziehen in ein Appartement. Dort wird Rana eines Abends von einem fremden Mann überfallen und verletzt. Es stellt sich heraus, dass die vorherige Mieterin der. The Salesman (Originaltitel: persisch فروشنده Forūšande) ist ein oscarprämiertes Drama des iranischen Regisseurs Asghar Farhadi aus dem Jahr Zum Glück weiß ein Bekannter Rat, mit dem die beiden gerade das Theaterstück The Salesman (Tod eines Handlungsreisenden) von Arthur Miller einüben. Filmemacher Asghar Farhadi hat wieder in seiner Heimat Iran gedreht und erzählt in "The Salesman", wie Privates politisch wird. Dafür wurde. Mit "The Salesman" ist dem Iraner Ashgar Farhadi ein großes Drama um Schuld und Rache gelungen. Zu den Oscars aber wird er nicht reisen. The Salesman (Forushande) [dt./OV]. (60)IMDb 7,82 Std. 3 MinX-Ray6. Ausgezeichnet mit dem Oscar als Bester fremdsprachiger Film! Fluchtartig. birkastaff.eu - Kaufen Sie The Salesman - Forushande günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu.
The Salesman. Mit „Nader und Simin – Eine Trennung“ gelang Asghar Farhadi der ganz große Coup: Gold samt zweimal Silber auf der Berlinale, danach. War es ein Überfall, eine Verwechslung oder Vergewaltigung? Im Ehe-Thriller "The Salesman" zeigt der iranische Regisseur Asghar Farhadi. Mit "The Salesman" ist dem Iraner Ashgar Farhadi ein großes Drama um Schuld und Rache gelungen. Zu den Oscars aber wird er nicht reisen.
Movie Nation Roger Moore Feb 22, The Salesman makes for a gripping drama of a relationship in crisis. The Guardian Peter Bradshaw May 21, The Salesman is a well-crafted, valuable drama.
User Score. Write a Review. User Reviews. Gradually highly recommended to read these two plays before watching this movie 1. Cow by Gholam Hossein Saedi and 2.
They have to move to another apartment because their apartment is going to collapse. This moving cause a serious issue in their life because of the old tenant.
After A separation and now with the salesman Farhadi can be considered as a great master in directing suspenseful family drama like Hitchcock.
The Salesman, may not be as revolutionary as A Separation, but it's still a piece of magic that shows how powerful storytelling can be thanks to Asghar Farhadi , and it's undeniably moving, from start to finish.
Great performances by Shahab Hosseini and Taraneh Alidousti, this masterpiece The Salesman, may not be as revolutionary as A Separation, but it's still a piece of magic that shows how powerful storytelling can be thanks to Asghar Farhadi , and it's undeniably moving, from start to finish.
Great performances by Shahab Hosseini and Taraneh Alidousti, this masterpiece is destined to become a classic in Iranian Cinema, in which I hope we see more of AsgharFarhadi- like directors.
Farhadi knows how to tell a story. With intensity in his patience and eye for detail, he builds thrilling plot out of ordinary circumstances, and enriches it with thought provoking ideas.
Like always, he yet again manages to draw remarkable performances from his cast. About Elly and A Farhadi knows how to tell a story.
About Elly and A Seperation are two more films I would recommend from his filmography. Deanomite Jan 29, I find Robert Altman to be more indulgent later in his career, have not seen Gosford Park.
Later movies have no plot or characters really, i expected to quit before the end. LeZee Jun 26, When the realistic right and an emotional wrong collides.
This is one of the last films I watched as I cleared almost all the titles of this year's Oscars. From the well know filmmaker of that region When the realistic right and an emotional wrong collides.
From the well know filmmaker of that region whose film had already won the same award in the not so past. I'm not just addicted to Hollywood.
I'm a film fanatic because I give equal preference to films of the whole world. So I have seen as many as this year's submission for the Oscars in the category of the Foreign Language Films.
And there are lots better films than this, that even did not make into the final five. From my perspective, this is an okay film, even comparing with the rest of the fellow nominees, including that I thought that would win, 'Under Sandet'.
The mess is all because of Trump effect, as same reason 'Moonlight' to win the main trophy. At least it was not an average film like 'A Separation', though not a masterpiece like 'The Past' that did not even nominated for the Oscars.
It stands between them. The title name is not exactly relevant to the story. But it helped to extend the plot for an extra minutes.
An unnecessary subplot, which really were the boring parts. Or you can say, just to attract the western audience with their ingredient and that worked out as planned for the filmmakers.
Except those theatre portions, the rest of the film and its storyline looked like I was watching a French thriller. Looking for some great streaming picks?
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While both participating in a production of "Death of a Salesman," a teacher's wife is assaulted in her new home, which leaves him determined to find the perpetrator over his wife's traumatized objections.
Director: Asghar Farhadi. Writer: Asghar Farhadi. Added to Watchlist. From metacritic. Emad and Rana are a married couple who both work in the theatre , currently starring in a production of Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller , with Emad portraying Willy Loman and Rana playing Linda.
Emad is also a popular instructor at a local school, where the youth joke about him being a "salesman. Desperate to find a place to live, their fellow actor Babak secures another apartment for them, where a woman has recently moved out, although she left in a hurry abandoning numerous belongings.
One night, Rana is home alone and begins bathing. When Emad returns, he finds she is missing and the bathroom is covered with blood.
He rushes to the hospital, where he is informed by his neighbours about his wife's condition and is told to change the apartment's locks.
It becomes apparent that Rana has not had an accident, but has been assaulted by an intruder. Emad also learns from neighbours that the previous tenant was a prostitute who had conflicts with her clients.
Rana returns home, but suffers from trauma and is reluctant to go to the police. She does not bathe, fearing to go into the bathroom again, and in the middle of a performance, breaks down in tears and leaves the stage.
Although she does not remember the face of her attacker, Emad finds the culprit left his car keys, which he matches to a pick-up parked outside.
The attacker also left behind a mobile phone and money which Rana purchased groceries with, thinking Emad had left it for her.
Emad increasingly blames Babak for hiding the truth about the former tenant. After he hears a loving message from Babak on the previous tenant's answering machine, he calls Babak's character Charley a degenerate in the midst of a performance, although this is not in Miller's script.
Finally, Emad turns to one of his students, whose father used to work for the police. He is able to trace the truck to a man named Majid.
He pretends to need a mover to lure Majid to their now empty old apartment, but Majid's prospective father-in-law arrives instead.
Gradually, it becomes apparent the older man was himself the intruder, though he denies attacking Rana, implying he simply startled her.
Emad calls the old man's family to the apartment, and locks him in a small room to wait, intending to reveal his true character to them all.
When he opens the room the old man appears to be having heart trouble and Emad calls Rana in a panic. When Rana learns what Emad intends, she says it will be over between them if he pursues his revenge.
When the family arrives they believe they have been called to a medical emergency, thanking Emad for saving his life.
Just before they leave, Emad insists on settling his account with the old man in private, returning the money he had left after Rana's assault.
Unseen by the family, Emad slaps the old man, who then collapses as he is leaving with his family, and they call an ambulance.
Rana and Emad return to the theatre together. Iranian director Asghar Farhadi said he had conceived of much of the story for The Salesman years before production, but did not feel there was enough to make a film until he decided his protagonists should be stage actors.
Looking for a play within the film, Farhadi researched the work of Jean-Paul Sartre and Henrik Ibsen before finding Arthur Miller 's Death of a Salesman , which he described as "a gift for me".
Although he was planning to film a Spanish language-project abroad, Farhadi opted to delay it to return to Tehran to make The Salesman in Farhadi praised Hosseini for crafting diverse characters.
Other actors from Farhadi's film A Separation are featured, and he explained the connection was because his films are about young couples.
The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival ,  included in the in Competition section. A general U. The film received critical acclaim.
The website's critical consensus reads, " The Salesman takes an ambitiously complex look at thought-provoking themes, and the well-acted results prove another consistently absorbing entry in writer-director Asghar Farhadi's distinguished filmography.
The film was supported by Iranian social media users, and after its screening and two awards at Cannes, some government officials and politicians congratulated Farhadi.
However, conservatives accused the film of Siahnamayi disparaging Iran. Scott wrote it was not initially clear why Death of a Salesman was selected, but Willy Loman's presence soon became felt, and favourably compared the use of the play to All About My Mother ' s use of A Streetcar Named Desire.
On 29 January, Farhadi wrote to The New York Times that he originally planned to attend the ceremony and draw the media's attention to "the unjust circumstances", believing the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences would share his moderate position.
He also compared the ban to the rhetoric of hardliners in Iran. Khan offered to Trafalgar Square for a free screening.
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