Septembers of Shiraz (2015)

PG-13   |    |  Thriller

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Prior to the Iranian revolution it was a place where people of all religions were allowed to flourish. This is the story of a prosperous Jewish family who abandon everything before they are consumed by the passions of revolutionaries.




  • Salma Hayek and Adrien Brody in Septembers of Shiraz (2015)
  • Adrien Brody in Septembers of Shiraz (2015)
  • Salma Hayek at an event for Septembers of Shiraz (2015)
  • Adrien Brody and Alon Aboutboul in Septembers of Shiraz (2015)
  • With my gifted co-star Academy Award Nominee, actress Shohreh Aghdashloo at the premier of "Septembers of Shiraz" at TIFF 40
  • Salma Hayek, Adrien Brody, and Shohreh Aghdashloo at an event for Septembers of Shiraz (2015)

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20 July 2016 | Chris Engelbrecht
| Good handful of Teheran operatives "reviewing" in here
Didn't think too much of it at first. But then I read some of the few reviews in here and elsewhere, and everything started to sound fishy. It ain't _that_ bad. Sure you can tell stories about the impact of religious mass hysterical envy on an entire country, suffered by decent people just because they dare to have made a bit of money under the old regime. So the Shah wasn't a bloody angel either, but you don't fight fire by pissing gasoline on the fire. In fact you should tell such stories, as this flick clearly shows. Not that I didn't already know that Ayatollah Iran is no different in hysteria from a communist regime, but this one confirms it again.

This flick suddenly became important tell just on that alone. Somebody here isn't from Estonia. Or from Bulgaria. I guess some people just aren't accustomed to their selfish oppression of decent folk having a better life than themselves being called out in international movies. It's a bitch being on the wrong side of history too, innit, fana? (Lot of that going 'round in the world these days.)

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