The Hidden Half

The Hidden Half

An official is sent from his home in Tehran to hear the final appeal of a woman sentenced to death, a political prisoner. The official's wife of nearly 20 years, Fereshteh Samimi, writes him a letter to read when he reaches the hotel - the story of her student days during the revolution of 1978. We see the story in flashbacks as he reads: she leaves her province on scholarship, joins a Communist youth group, avoids arrest, and comes under the sway of a suave older man, Roozbeh Javid, a literary-magazine editor. As she tells her husband about the hidden half of her life, Fereshteh asks that he listen to the woman facing execution, a woman and therefore one of Iran's hidden half.

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The Hidden Half torrent reviews

Joshua C (mx) wrote: As interesting as it is, there are better alternatives to enlightening the public on hate groups. In a sense, the film still attempts to make you feel sympathetic for the comrades of the hate groups portrayed--something to have an issue with.

Matthew Y (us) wrote: Interesting sci-fi drama on relationships, faith and a scientist's discovery that may rock his beliefs.

Richard J (br) wrote: I watched this with disgust. I can't believe the lure of the almighty dollar is so strong, a government is willing to pretty much destroy a province and poison a large number of its constituents. Of course, the oil sands have laid un-molested for years because the oil price has been too low to make it economically viable. For shame on the rest of the world for raising the price enough to make this modern natural disaster economically viable.

Jasmine T (fr) wrote: A disturbingly beautiful film. That deals with the desires and struggles of being closed off from the rest of the world. And how desire can turn into obsession. Eva Green gives a stunning performance, along side Juno Temple and Maria Valverde.

Amber K (ca) wrote: Although the pacing is disastrous and the amateur fade-to-white flashback is overused Sam Rockwell plays his part as best he can an keeps interest going. Comedic timing isn't perfect throughout some of the jokes are truly memorable.

Laura E (ag) wrote: How can't this movie even have a poster? is just sublime, the changes between dreams and reality is surreal and talks about that jail of shit that are going to close finally.

Austin B (gb) wrote: ... Fuck you whoever thought this was a good idea and let it happen. That veing said, at least the takedowns of the bad guys(or guy & gal that is) were funny...Other than that.. Screw this "movie".

Erik S (de) wrote: A fine drama. A little hard to reach, though.

bill s (kr) wrote: A worthy remake of the original that has enough grit and cheese to help everyone along.Good popcorn movie.

K K (kr) wrote: Beautifully filmed, satirical and comedic fantasy from. With Simon in the lead, it's hard not to think of this in relation to the conclusion of La Chienne. NOTE 6/09 Not sure why the description says 1967 - This is an early sound film from 1932

Andrew G (br) wrote: Good for what its trying to be. Plot very scattered but there are some great laugh out loud moments

Kathy F (es) wrote: What a cast, though."I love morphine. Don't you love morphine, Gare? We should get some for the house."

Mara m (it) wrote: This is a horrible movie, but yet I loved it!

Ethan P (de) wrote: American Pie is raunchy and hilarious, but at the same time awkward and harmless. The acting is mediocre and often seems unnatural, but overall American Pie is a simple, easy comedy with a few raunchy laughs.

Austin G (au) wrote: Mary Poppins is a legendary piece of art.