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Two Iranian-American Filmmakers Create Memorable "Women Without Men"
Review of this foreign language film that combines visual art and compelling drama during an historic political conflict in Iran.
Set in the summer of 1953, "Women Without Men" or "Zanan-e bedun-e mardan" as it's titled, tells the story of four women whose lives intertwine during the coup d'Ã©tat in Iran. The cinematography is stunning, the actors are superb and the translation to the screen from a novella by former political prisoner Shahrnush Parsipur captures both the chaos of the historic moment and the restrictive lives of Islamic women at the time.
The film opens in the Tehran home of Munis played by Shabnam Toloui. She is shamefully, in her brother's view, unmarried at the age of thirty and instead, longs to be involved in the outside world while her religious friend, Faezeh played by Pegah Ferydoni, wants to marry Munis' brother. In another level of Tehran society, Farrokhlagha played by Arita Shahrzad is unhappily married to a General. The fourth woman is a prostitute, Zarin, played by Arita Shahrzad. Three of the women find escape in a beautiful, mystical orchard and Munis is caught up in the political turmoil.
The art influence stems from the collaborators. This is the first dramatic feature for Shirin Neshat who is an artist herself and world-famous photographer. Her co-director and husband Shoja Azari, also credited as one of the writers on the IMDB listing, began making films as a teenager, and has become known for art gallery showings of his multimedia installations. Neshat came to California originally and Azari to New York where they currently live.
An article in the U.K.'s Guardian says that "Women Without Men" took six years to make and won Neshat a "best director award at the 2020 Venice Film Festival." The original story has been banned in Iran since 1989 and the film does end with a dedication to "those who lost their lives fighting for freedom and democracy in Iran, from the constitutional revolution of 1906 to the Green Movement of 2020." Apparently, the only way for Iranians to see the film is to buy a pirated DVD.