A Farsi translation of Ann Linden’s previously published review. Kindly translated for us by Dr. Nahal Khabbazbashi. اساس و ماهیتِ فیلم دختری شب تنها به خانه می رود به کارگردانی آنا لیلی امیرپور در عنوان آن خلاصه می .شود: بی تکلف، سنجیده و وجد برانگیز. استعاره ای واژگون با ماحصلی شاد و در عین حال [...]
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