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Circumstance CD1The movie follows a wealthy family in Iran. The daughter is in love with another girl, together they attend illicit parties and experiment with sex, drinking, and drugs. The brother returns home from drug rehab, renounces his former decadent life, and replaces his once obsessive practice of classical music with more destructive pursuits.Genre: DramaCountry: United States, FranceDuration: 50 minQuality: SDRelease: 2011IMDb: 5.8
Actors of "Circumstance CD1"
Characters of "Circumstance CD1"
Directors of "Circumstance CD1"Maryam Keshavarz
Creators of "Circumstance CD1"Maryam Keshavarz
Critic Reviews of "Circumstance CD1"Time OutAugust 21, 2012
The content feels familiar, but the perspective is fresh.Miami HeraldOctober 13, 2011
Keshavarz, who was born in New York City and grew up in the U.S. and Iran, shows us how young people in Tehran get around the constrictive system...Globe and MailOctober 07, 2011
About a sexy, frank and politically contentious Iranian film, two things can be known for a certainty: (a) It sure wasn't made in Iran and (b) It won't be shown there either.Detroit NewsSeptember 16, 2011
Both Boosheri and Kazemy are newcomers, but their spirited, tender performances -- from the eroticism to the shame and the flights of freedom -- feel completely, devastatingly real.Critic's NotebookOctober 07, 2015
"Circumstance" reaffirms cultural stereotypes while serving up generous portions of liberal guilt.HeyUGuysSeptember 27, 2012
Circumstance may miss out on making a truly startling political point, but it is a thoroughly enjoyable and tautly executed tale of young love, forbidden fruit and the world previous generations leave behind for us.Contactmusic.comSeptember 04, 2012
Takes an even-handed approach that never preaches, presenting a resonant side of Iran's society that we have never before seen on screenThe ListAugust 28, 2012
Circumstance bravely depicts the political plight of independent young women in Iran, a timely and worthwhile subject somewhat let down by two-dimensional storytelling.Observer (UK)August 26, 2012
Crude and predictable but nevertheless affecting ...London Evening StandardAugust 24, 2012
Keshavarz's film is both sensuous and audacious if a little uneven.