I am Yours (2013)

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Mina is a 27-year-old aspiring actress from a dysfunctional family. She is divorced and shares custody of her young son with her husband, but is too emotionally immature to be a good parent. As she continues to use her looks to attract men, she finds herself in abusive relationships. Eventually, she must face her deficiencies as a mother.
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Drama
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Cast

Ola Rapace
as Jesper
Jesper Malm
as Simon
Rabia Noreen
as Samina
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Critic Reviews for I am Yours

All Critics (8) | Top Critics (1)

How to be a mother, a lover and an aspiring actress all at once?

Full Review… | January 26, 2015
Time Out
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I Am Yours is a pensive, perceptive study of a woman adrift whose expectations of a relationship are never quite matched.

Full Review… | February 2, 2015
Times (UK)

Actress Iram Haq makes a solid directorial debut with this tale of clashing cultures.

Full Review… | January 29, 2015
Radio Times

Acharia's electric performance is impressive, while director Iram Haq brings an insider's sympathy to the protagonist's plight.

Full Review… | January 29, 2015

Haq has the storytelling style of a lawyer calmly presenting the facts of a case leaving it to the audience to decide whether to focus judgment on Mina or unsympathetic circumstances.

Full Review… | January 29, 2015
Little White Lies

Anchored by a splendid lead performance from Amrita Acharia, but a little directionless otherwise ...

Full Review… | January 26, 2015
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Audience Reviews for I am Yours

The battle between the longing for the security and comfort we hope to find in relationships (with the risks and effort that go along with it) and the pull toward the security and comfort of aloneness (with the loneliness and fear that can accompany it).

Michael Harbour
Michael Harbour

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