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Celebrating Iranian Cinema

A Separation

Sun 05 Apr, 1:00pm at Copper Auditorium

Tickets: £8-£6 , approx running time: 123mins

Age: PG

Director: Asghar Farhadi

Country: Iran/France

Year: 2011

A Separation is a suspenseful and intelligent drama detailing the fractures and tensions at the heart of Iranian society.

When his wife leaves him, Nader hires a young woman to take care of his suffering father. But he doesn’t know his new maid is not only pregnant, but also working without her unstable husband’s permission. Soon, Nader finds himself entangled in a web of lies manipulation and public confrontations.

Subtitled Screening: This is a subtitled screening.

Celebrating Iranian Cinema – a programme of groundbreaking Iranian Film

See 2 or more films and save 25% off your ticket price

Saturday 21 March – Persepolis (A striking animation from Marjane Satrapi)

Saturday 28 March – Raving Iran (A documentary about Tehran’s underground Techno scene)

Wednesday 1 April – A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night  (The first Iranian Vampire Western)

Sunday 5 April – A Separation (The first Iranian film to win the foreign language Oscar)

Tuesday 7 April – The Cow (A cult film of the Iranian new wave from Dariush Mehrjui)

Kindly supported by Film Hub North, the Film Audience Network and the National Lottery as part of Inclusive Cinema funding.