After watching 'A Separation', which won the best foreign film Oscar last year, I'm keen to see this film by the same director
HPPH's write up about it:
Iranian ﬁlmmaker Asghar Farhadi’s follow-up to his Oscar-winning A SEPARATION visits the same territory of complex family relationships within repressive societies. Ahmad travels from his home in Teheran to Paris to ﬁnalise his divorce from his long-estranged wife, Marie (Bejo, THE ARTIST). But, it’s soon obvious that this won’t be easy, especially when a shocking truth from the past is revealed. Farhadi again lightly weaves a trenchant story brimful of twists, which beneﬁts considerably from nuanced, intelligent performances from the three leads.