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ashegrins's avatar


Just awed by how Asghar Farghadi takes forward a simple plot and makes the viewer comprehend the moral complexity arising from the central incident in the story. Who is right? Who is not right? Is anyone at all right? Is there any justice? There is no answer. What is just to one is unjust to another.
2 years 7 months ago
ntan's avatar


It makes you think about morality and keeps you drawn into the story, but the ending could have been executed better.
2 years 3 months ago
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