Two Women (Do Zan) (1999)
Critic Reviews for Two Women (Do Zan)
Two Women deals in the details of daily life in post-revolutionary Iran: In the unspoken ways that a woman's duties, her clothing, her behavior, who she speaks to, what she says, all express her servitude in a male-dominated society.
It's an incredible story about the unimaginable suffering of one woman...
With The Hidden Half, is worth watching because of the political stir and the quality of the storytelling in both films
The whiney, argumentative tone between Fereshteh and her father, then with her husband... becomes tiresome and erodes sympathy
Audience Reviews for Two Women (Do Zan)
A little too melodramatic and repetitive for my tastes, but Two Women has some interesting things to say about the roles of women in Iran and the power structure.
This film is a look into the life of a "traditional" Iranian woman and her relationship with family, friends, and her husband. It is very depressing. The weight of tradition can be felt.
(*** 1/2): [img]http://images.rottentomatoes.com/images/user/icons/icon14.gif[/img] From the director of [i]The Hidden Half[/i], comes a extremely well-made film with great acting, story and some surprisingly thrilling moments. Easily one of the better Iranian films out there.
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