Monday, February 21, 2011

Iranian drama "Nader and Simin" wins Berlin Golden Bear

“Nader and Simin” An Iranian drama has won the Golden Bear award at the Berlin Film Festival.
Director Asghar Farhadi's film, which also won the best acting prizes, tells the story is related about a disturbed marriage. He rewarded honor to his Iranian colleague Jafar Panahi who could not accommodate in the Berlin jury after he was locked up on the allegation working against his government.
Mr. Farhadi said, in fact I consider his difficulties would addressed and would like him to stand here next year. Farhadi, who has already been won the best director award two years before for his film About Flly, said, I can’t expect that I will got this prize.
He said the success of my film is providing me a chance to know the people of my country, the country where I grew up and educated my stories – a country of great people.
Nader and Simin: A Separation – The story based upon one family against another in a lawful fight on the safety of an old person who was the patient of incontinence. The film’s story focuses the differences between middle class and poorer, more habitual Iranians.
The best actor award in male category has won by by Peyman Moaadi and Leila Hatami, obtained the best actress award.
However Mr. Farhadi could not obtained the best director Award. The best director award was won by German Ulrich Kohler. Mr. Kohler was awarded for his film “Sleeping Sickness” which story relates to the fraudulent Western Aid Program in Africa.
Everything which I consider requires to be shown in film has been enclosed with this film.
The Silver Bear best second position film prize set out to Hungarian director Bela Tarr's on the film “The Turin Horse”. Tarr 55, was talking to the reporters after the ceremony, my film comprises up slow tendering, black and white and the story relates to the lonely lifestyles of a farmer with his daughter, would be his end.
US director Joshua Marston and his co-writer Andamion Murataj took the best writer award for The Forgiveness of Blood, a drama which is related to Albania.
The technical award won by an Argentine film “The Prize” while German director Andres Veiel's If Not Us, Who? won the innovation award.
This year's jury was presided over by actress and film-maker Isabella Rossellini.

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