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  1. Directed by: Abbas Kiarastomi
  2. Produced by: Angelo Barbagallo
    Charles Gillibert
    Nathanaël Karmitz
    Abbas Kiarostami
  3. Written by: Abbas Kiarostami
    Caroline Eliacheff
  4. Music by:
  5. Cinematography by: Luca Bigazzi
  6. Editing by: Bahman Kiarostami
  7. Release Date: 2010
  8. Running Time: 106
  9. Language: French, English, Italian

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

He's a cerebral English art critic (William Shimmel), who believes that a copy is as valuable and meaningful as an original, and she's an infatuated, impulsive fan (Juliette Binoche). As they explore Tuscany arguing about art, marriage, and parenthood, the lines between real and fake begin to blur: Is it an epic debate between estranged spouses, or a game between strangers acting as stand-ins for unseen partners? That's only the first mystery of many, as we are challenged to take sides on issues of love, fidelity, authenticity, parenthood, independence, vulnerability, and —eventually —faith. - Jeffrey Overstreet


  1. Directed by: Abbas Kiarastomi
  2. Produced by: Angelo Barbagallo
    Charles Gillibert
    Nathanaël Karmitz
    Abbas Kiarostami
  3. Written by: Abbas Kiarostami
    Caroline Eliacheff
  4. Music by:
  5. Cinematography by: Luca Bigazzi
  6. Editing by: Bahman Kiarostami
  7. Release Date: 2010
  8. Running Time: 106
  9. Language: French, English, Italian

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

He's a cerebral English art critic (William Shimmel), who believes that a copy is as valuable and meaningful as an original, and she's an infatuated, impulsive fan (Juliette Binoche). As they explore Tuscany arguing about art, marriage, and parenthood, the lines between real and fake begin to blur: Is it an epic debate between estranged spouses, or a game between strangers acting as stand-ins for unseen partners? That's only the first mystery of many, as we are challenged to take sides on issues of love, fidelity, authenticity, parenthood, independence, vulnerability, and —eventually —faith. - Jeffrey Overstreet

He's a cerebral English art critic (William Shimmel), who believes that a copy is as valuable and meaningful as an original, and she's an infatuated, impulsive fan (Juliette Binoche). As they explore Tuscany arguing about art, marriage, and parenthood, the lines between real and fake begin to blur: Is it an epic debate between estranged spouses, or a game between strangers acting as stand-ins for unseen partners? That's only the first mystery of many, as we are challenged to take sides on issues of love, fidelity, authenticity, parenthood, independence, vulnerability, and —eventually —faith. - Jeffrey Overstreet


  1. Directed by: Abbas Kiarastomi
  2. Produced by: Angelo Barbagallo
    Charles Gillibert
    Nathanaël Karmitz
    Abbas Kiarostami
  3. Written by: Abbas Kiarostami
    Caroline Eliacheff
  4. Music by:
  5. Cinematography by: Luca Bigazzi
  6. Editing by: Bahman Kiarostami
  7. Release Date: 2010
  8. Running Time: 106
  9. Language: French, English, Italian

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix
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