Rent The Day I Became a Woman (2000)

3.7 of 5 from 71 ratings
1h 14min
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Synopsis:
Marziyeh Meshkini's compelling and poignant study of the elementary problems faced by women in Eastern societies looks at three different generations in a triptych of subtle, bittersweet and surreal episodes. In the first, a little girl, Hava, has reached her ninth birthday and finds that she must put away her childhood and accept the responsibilities of becoming a woman. The second focuses on a girls' cycling race and on Ahoo, the young woman leading the way, who is hounded by her husband and family to give up her simple sport. The final episode concerns an old woman, determined to acquire all the material possessions she has never had in her life to create her final, perfect home.
Ultimately, The Day I Became A Woman is an eloquent and poetic celebration of the spirit and dignity of women.
Actors:
Fatemeh Cherag Akhar, Hassan Nebhan, Shahr Banou Sisizadeh, Ameneh Passand, , Sirous Kahvarinegad, Mahram Zeinal Zadeh, Norieh Mahigiran, Azizeh Sedighi, Badr Iravani
Directors:
Writers:
Mohsen Makhmalbaf, Marzieh Makhmalbaf
Aka:
Roozi ke zan shodam
Studio:
Artificial Eye Film Company Ltd.
Genres:
Drama
Countries:
Iran, Drama
BBFC:
Release Date:
24/06/2002
Run Time:
74 minutes
Languages:
Farsi
Subtitles:
English
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.66:1
Colour:
Colour
Bonus:
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Very Well Put Together - The Day I Became a Woman review by Cato

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16/07/2018

A very good film about the plight of women in Iran, with three sections showing a young girl in the first, a young woman on a bicycle racing against other women against the wishes of her husband, and in the third part an old woman buying all she can with a large amount of money which she's come by. It's an intriguing film directed by an Iranian woman, Marziyeh Mershkini, who tries to show us the way in which women are treated in this part of the world. Excellent photography.

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