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PersepolisThe film tells about a little girl named Marjane. She and her family to Europe to asylum because this time in her country had war. Later, at her home to Iran, the homeland has been multiple changed and the change in her appearance dreams of the Prophet to save mankind.Keywords:
Actors of "Persepolis"
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Directors of "Persepolis"Vincent ParonnaudBirthdate: 1970, La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, FranceMarjane SatrapiBirthdate: 22 November 1969, Rasht, Iran
Creators of "Persepolis"Marjane SatrapiBirthdate: 22 November 1969, Rasht, IranVincent ParonnaudBirthdate: 1970, La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, France
Critic Reviews of "Persepolis"Rolling StoneApril 12, 2013
It's a mind-blower.CNN.comOctober 18, 2008
An exuberant autobiographical film and dark-horse contender for an animated feature Oscar.NPR.orgOctober 18, 2008
The film's nuanced view of social issues is complemented by lovely black-and-white animation work that blends Islamic motifs into a sort of Yellow Submarine-ish world.SlateOctober 18, 2008
The subtlety of the interplay among the three generations of women is extraordinary.Toronto StarOctober 18, 2008
Persepolis is a superb film about a young girl's coming of age amidst war, fascism and family tragedy.San Francisco ChronicleOctober 18, 2008
It's striking how much emotion Satrapi is able to convey through these blocky drawings, which are simple but powerfully chosen.Daily Telegraph (UK)April 12, 2013
Persepolis is, in its way, a hymn to the enduring influence of family, particularly during a time in which the state is attempting to seize all hearts, minds and instincts for itself.Daily Telegraph (UK)April 12, 2013
You could ask for a more hardcore adaptation of her bitterly funny, sad and angry book, I think, but not for a more enjoyable one.Paste MagazineApril 12, 2013
Equal parts contrarian and humanist, Persepolis -- regardless of how it was inked -- refuses to see anything in black and white.Observer (UK)April 12, 2013
Moving, perceptive and extremely funny.Film School RejectsApril 12, 2013
Persepolis, despite its inventive and pleasing animation, drags on dully.Total FilmApril 12, 2013
The diffused momentum arguably suits the subject: that's teen turmoil for you, heightened here by the troubles of time and place.
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