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The Past (2013)
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Director:Asghar Farhadi Writter: Asghar Farhadi Produced by: Alexandre Mallet-Guy Running time:130 min 

Country:France, Iran, Italy Language:French, Persian Genre:Drama, Mystery  Subtitle:English 

Starring: Bérénice Bejo as Marie Brisson, Tahar Rahim as Samir, Ali Mosaffa as Ahmad, Pauline Burlet as Lucie,

Elyes Aguis as Fouad, Jeanne Jestin as Léa, Sabrina Ouazani as Naïma, Babak Karimi as Shahryar,

Valeria Cavalli as Valeria,Eleonora Marino as Marie''s colleague

 
 

ได้รางวัลนักแสดงหญิงยอดเยี่ยมจากเทศกาหนังเมืองคานส์ปี 2013

ได้เข้าชิงลูกโลกทองคำ 2014 สาขาหนังภาษาต่างประเทศ

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The Past (2013)


หนังตัวอย่าง:


รางวัล: Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Another 6 wins & 9 nominations.

 

   

Golden Globes, USA 2014

Nominated
Golden Globe

Best Foreign Language Film

Iran

Asia Pacific Screen Awards 2013

Nominated
Asia Pacific Screen Award

Best Film
Alexandre Mallet-Guy (producer) 

Best Screenplay
Asghar Farhadi 

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2014

Nominated
Critics Choice Award

Best Foreign Language Film

Cannes Film Festival 2013

Won
Best Actress

Bérénice Bejo 

Won
Prize of the Ecumenical Jury

Asghar Farhadi 

Nominated
Palme d''Or

Asghar Farhadi 

Durban International Film Festival 2013

Won
Best Screenplay

Asghar Farhadi 

National Board of Review, USA 2013

Won
NBR Award

Best Foreign Language Film

New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2013

2nd place
NYFCC Award

Best Foreign Language Film

Oslo Films from the South Festival 2013

Won
Audience Award

Asghar Farhadi 

Nominated
Films from the South Award

Best Feature
Asghar Farhadi (director) 

Prix Louis Delluc 2013

Nominated
Prix Louis Delluc

Best Film
Asghar Farhadi 

San Francisco Film Critics Circle 2013

Nominated
SFFCC Award

Best Foreign Language Picture

Satellite Awards 2014

Nominated
Satellite Award

Best Motion Picture, International Film

Iran

Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards 2013

Nominated
WAFCA Award

Best Foreign Language Film

 

 


An Iranian man deserts his French wife and two children to return to his homeland. Meanwhile, his wife starts up a new relationship, a reality her husband confronts upon his wife''s request for a divorce.


The Past (French: Le Passé) is a 2013 French drama film written and directed by the Iranian director Asghar Farhadi and starring Bérénice Bejo, Tahar Rahim and Ali Mosaffa. It was nominated for the Palme d''Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival
and won the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury. Bérénice Bejo also won the Best Actress Award. It was shown at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. The film was selected as the Iranian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated. The film is also nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 71st Golden Globe Awards.


Plot
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Coming back to finalize his divorce procedure, Ahmad, an Iranian man, arrives in Paris after four years to meet his (soon to be) ex-wife and her daughters from her previous marriage. She is in a relationship with an Arab man named Samir who has a son and whose wife is in a coma. The relationship of the older daughter and her mother is strained because the daughter disapproves of her mother''s relationship with Samir.

The Past (2013)

USER REVIEW
Just seen it in theater, and cannot believe it!

10/10
Author: abmindf
2 July 2013
Being one of the very few international movies played in the Iranian cinemas, I wish to express my genuine gratitude to every single being involved in this masterpiece. there is no single glow of acting or directing, the movie is a solid work of perfection in all aspects.

Taking the performances into consideration, Bérénice Bejo was truly living the movie. Confrontations of Marie and Ahmad, accurately resembles the cultural and personal differenced between two geographically distant people who used to be in love and still have strong feelings for each other. Naïma''s actions shows the true, gray side of human beings which is accompanied with lies and deceit. Lucie is a strangely well-played teenager played by an unbelievably young and talented actress, which deeply reminds us of the sensitivity and dangers of that stage of life.

And last but definitely not least Samir, who is perhaps the main character of the movie, reminds us of the very nature of love. His sensitive character, still not fully capable of emotionally bearing the fact that the mother of his son is now in coma because of a not yet well-reasoned suicide, is struggling in his new love life. the true nature of this dilemma is more and more explained when we find out that Samir is still in love with his ex-wife and blames himself for her suicide.

Not to deny the greatness of Farhadi''s "a separation" but as far as quality goes "the past" is a perfect and unrepeatable event in every aspect. The Past touches us deepest in our true feelings. Reminding us of the mistakes we have made in our past.

The Past (2013)

A great story, simple and realistic.
9/10
Author: Sam Thomas from United States
28 October 2013
Drama is beautifully presented through a regular daily life we all have but barely pay enough attention to. The way all characters are involved in the story line, each playing a role in making us look at the story differently is astonishing. Also, the way Farhadi shows us how unreasonable we are when, without knowing a true story, judging, concluding and making decisions and even insisting on them is significant. He is a master, as he showed in his previous works particularly About Eli and A Separation, in combining characters with different mentality and let them complicate a story by their various rationality. Everything is gray in this movie which might be seen lighter or darker by the audience based on what character he or she makes better connection with.

The Past (2013)

You Won''t Be Leaving This Film in Your Past
10/10
Author: FilmMuscle from United States
11 December 2013
Wow. Normally, I don''t write an analysis for every single film I see, but I honestly found The Past to be one of my favorite films this year. Unfortunately, the fact that it''s a foreign film means a lot of people will be missing out on this unforgettable experience. In sum, it''s a story about a man who has returned to Paris in order to finalize a divorce with his wife who, in the meantime, is dating another man. Her teenage daughter is in a shambles and frequently stays out late, unable to face her mother and the new man she has brought home with her. Once her true father appears, the situation turns into a heavily intricate predicament. Deceitfully, the film''s premise might seem overly simplistic; I assure you it''s definitely not but seeing how the most simplistic films strike box office gold anyways, I can''t imagine why audiences would gripe about this one?

Now, Americans, in particular, might not be familiar with the prevalence of a slower pace in European cinema. Admittedly, I found myself struggling with some foreign motion pictures (Amour being a recent- and most popular- example) due to their sluggish pacing. In The Past''s case, all of its characters are so complex and the writing/storyline so brilliant that I couldn''t take my eyes off the screen. The grit and rawness is all there as is usual with European cinema and the realism so striking that the movie clearly serves a provocation of much thought and emotion. Disappointedly so, I stumbled upon several comments on the narrative being annoyingly plodding. "Absolutely nothing crazy happens in my first hour and a half of watching!" Some are used to palpable conflict/action, but the action here transpires on an emotional level. The impeccable acting does extremely well to service the script and- obviously- your investment in this intriguing tale.

The morality isn''t exactly black-and-white for the viewers to pick and choose which character is the charming, perfect hero of the story. No, you''re cast into this setting to study how real human beings would act in a parallel difficulty. If you''re not quite too keen on a single character, the events that occur throughout might possibly change your mind, and suddenly, you realize that you understand and sympathize with this devastated and damaged individual as he deals with the problem in a manner that he sees fit. There''s just no amount of praise that''d feel sufficient towards the remarkable quality of The Past. This is an experience you likely won''t locate all too often in the realms of Hollywood since the plot solely rely on its genuine recounting rather than the implementation of intense sequences in between more dialogue- heavy scenes for the sake of waking up some disinterested attendees. Sometimes, we attend the movie theater for some fantastical fun, and other times, we attend it to explore some incredibly meaningful themes- films that engage us in more personal fashion. All in all, The Past cannot be blatantly disregarded amidst a currently lively time of movies- releasing left and right- and I probably didn''t give the film adequate justice, considering my unexpected and brief review, but I wrote it regardless so as to inform the film lovers of a magnificent presence that''ll hopefully grace a theater near you sometime soon (if not, just wait for it on DVD/Blu-ray).

The Past (2013)

Farhadi is a Novelist!
9/10
Author: sirnatofious from Budapest
30 September 2013
Another Great storyline by Farhadi, I myself always hated movies and loved books, Asghar Farhadi made drama interesting for me, the story telling is amazing in his movies, no character is lost, everything has something to do with the story. All actors are greatly chosen, Berenice Bejo was as amazing as she could be, Samir and Fouad actors were also very good(and they actually looked like each other!), and Ali Mosaffa of course is a wonderful actor! Maybe this wasn''t as great as A Separation but it kept me in front of the screen even for credits,.... He is a novelist, a long interesting drama by him again, A Separation, About Elly, Wednesday Fireworks, all amazing, He is in his early forties, We expect a lot more from him!

The Past (2013)

Beautiful and Heartbreaking
10/10
Author: mary aleali from Iran
10 September 2013
I just came home from seeing the movie, so it''s fresh in my mind right now.

the qualities that this movie has: 1. masterfully directed 2. wonderfully written screenplay (the opening, the ending and the exchanged dialogs are all very well- written.very close to reality.no cheesy scenes.believable) 3. amazing performances

Most of the people who watch this movie, already have "A Separation" in their mind and are automatically comparing the two movies the entire time of watching.I kind of was doing the same thing. but I stopped that thought and tried to enjoy this and focus on this movie only.I''m glad I did so.in my opinion, the two movies are different.this one has a different theme and atmosphere and it''s romantic at times. there was more tension in "A Separation" and almost all scenes were showing a stressful moment.but this movie has some scenes in between that are calmer.so it might be considered slow by some, which again I think, is because it''s being compared with the director''s previous work.

I personally think "The past" is a very well-made movie with an interesting story and a must see.I definitely recommend it to all movie lovers.

I give it a 10, cause I can''t really think of anything in the film that I was bothered by, or any weaknesses.

The Past (2013)


 

 


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