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[A] condemnation of German immigration practices as well as official Iranian intolerance toward love between women.
Tabatabai delivers a strong performance and the script, although not always plausible, touches on important issues like bias against gays and Muslims.
The parts are more valuable than the whole in Angelina Maccarone's Unveiled.
Unveiled tells the story of an Iranian translator who flees her homeland after falling in love with a married woman, only to be refused asylum in Germany.
[A] serious and well-paced drama.
Unveiled overflows with sociopolitical outrage even if its portrayal of a gender-confused heroine is ultimately indecisive and laconic.
laudable labor of love
... powerful drama ...
It's fitting that the film itself is torn between its affections to the shrill Yentl and grim Boys Don't Cry.
These basic flaws in the screenplay are a pity, as perfs by both actresses are excellent.
Unveiled is a powerful story of survival, prejudice and love that reminds me also of the movie Boys Don't Cry" because of the situation of the lead character. The story is totally realistic and credible, exposing the intolerance of Muslin nations, in this case Iran, with lesbians. The direction of an unknown ( for me) Angelina Maccarone is sensitive, never letting the dramatic situation of Fariba being corny. The performances of Jasmin Tabatabai and Anneke Kim Sarnau are outstanding, and they show great chemistry in a beautiful and sad love story.
Well done story of alienation and having to hide one's true nature in order to survive day to day. Jasmin Tabatabai plays a woman fleeing persecution and possible death in her native Iran for loving the wrong person. She adopts the persona of a troubled young man who dies at the detention center where they are being held and tries to make her way in rural Germany. She faces prejudice and hatred even before anyone figures out who she really is. Heartrendingly sad, but a good mirror of society both in Germany and in our own US of A. Highlights the need we all have for affection and approval.
Slow-paced, subtely narrated and very touching film.
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