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    Persepolis (film) Persepolis. (film) Persepolis is a 2007 animated biographical drama film based upon Marjane Satrapi 's autobiographical graphic novel of the same name. It was written and directed by Satrapi in collaboration with Vincent Paronnaud. The story follows a young girl as she comes of age against the backdrop of the Iranian Revolution.

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    • 23 May 2007 (Cannes), 27 June 2007 (France)
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    Persepolis is a 2007 adult animated film based upon the Marjane Satrapi autobiographical graphic novel of the same name. It was written and directed by Satrapi in collaboration with Vincent Paronnaud. The story follows a young girl as she comes of age against the backdrop of the Iranian Revolution. The title references the historical city of Persepolis.

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  4. Persepolis (film) — Wikipédia

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    Téhéran, en 1978 : Marjane, huit ans, songe à l'avenir et se rêve en prophète de la galaxie. Choyée par des parents modernes et cultivés, particulièrement liée à sa grand-mère, elle suit avec exaltation les événements qui vont mener à la révolution et provoquer la chute du régime du Shah. Avec l'instauration de la « République islamique » débute le temps des « gardiens de la révolution» qui contrôlent tenues et comportements. Marjane, qui doit porter le voile, se rêve désormais en révolutionnaire. Bientôt, la guerre contre l'Irak entraîne bombardements, privations, et disparitions de proches. La répression intérieure devient chaque jour plus sévère. Dans un contexte de plus en plus pénible, sa langue bien pendue et ses positions rebelles deviennent problématiques. Ses parents décident alors de l'envoyer en Autriche pour la protéger. À Vienne, Marjane vit à quatorze ans sa deuxième révolution : l'adolescence, la liberté, les vertiges de l'amour mais aussi l'exil, la solitude et la di...

    Titre : Persepolis
    Réalisation et scénario : Vincent Paronnaud et Marjane Satrapi
    Dialogues : Sylvie Peyrucq
    Production : Xavier Rigault et Marc-Antoine Robert

    Voix originales

    1. Chiara Mastroianni : Marjane Satrapi (adulte et adolescente) 2. Catherine Deneuve: Taji Satrapi 3. Danielle Darrieux: la grand-mère de Marjane 4. Simon Abkarian: Ebi Satrapi 5. Gabrielle Lopes Benites : Marjane (enfant) 6. François Jérosme: Anouche Satrapi 7. Tilly Mandelbrot: Laly 8. Marjane Satrapi: Frau Doktor Schloss 9. Sophie Arthuys: Voix additionnelles

    Voix anglaises

    1. Chiara Mastroianni : Marjane (adulte et adolescente) 2. Catherine Deneuve: la mère de Marjane 3. Sean Penn: le père de Marjane 4. Gena Rowlands: la grand-mère de Marjane 5. Iggy Pop: Anouche Satrapi, oncle de Marjane

    La musique du film a été composée par Olivier Bernet.[7] 1. Persépolis thème 2. Téhéran disco 3. Tout ce qui est à vous m’appartient 4. Manifestations 5. La bonne leçon 6. L’épopée d'Anouche 7. Le prolétariat 8. Va-t’en ! 9. La guerre 10. Master of the Monsters (50 Toumans) 11. Dans la vie, tu rencontreras beaucoup de cons 12. Marche persane 13. Balèze 14. Rosen aus dem Süden 15. Musique de merde 16. Frenchie 17. Flower Power 18. Love and Hate 19. Sachertorte 20. Eye of the Tiger (interprété par Chiara Mastroianni) 21. Gol-e Yakh(reprise)

    La république islamique d’Iran s'est inquiétée de la sélection de ce film présentant ce qu'elle estime être « un tableau irréel des conséquences et des réussites de la révolution islamique » et en a diffusé une version censurée[8]. Persepolis fut également interdit de diffusion au Liban fin mars 2008[9] durant un temps, avant que la polémique nationale n'aboutisse à la levée de cette interdiction[10]. À la suite de la diffusion du film en Tunisie le 7 octobre 2011, environ 200 salafistes ont tenté de brûler l'immeuble qu'occupe la chaîne de télévision Nessma[11] avant de s'attaquer au domicile de son PDG, Nabil Karoui, quelques jours plus tard[12]. Toutefois une manipulation en provenance des services de sécurité en cette période de campagne électorale n'est pas à exclure[13]. Programmé à la Cinémathèque de Tanger qui accueille les 25 ans de la Fondation Groupama Gan pour le cinéma, Persepolis avait reçu le visa d’exploitation du Centre cinématographique marocain (CCM) et devait êtr...

    2004 : prix spécial Aide à la Création de la Fondation Gan pour le Cinéma
    2007 : prix spécial du jury du Festival de Cannes 2007 (ex-aequo avec Lumière silencieuse de Carlos Reygadas)
    2007 : sélection officielle pour la Palme d'or

    Bibliographie

    1. Xavier Kawa-Topor, « Persepolis de Marjane Satrapi et Vincent Paronnaud » in Le Cinéma d'animation en 100 films(Xavier Kawa-Topor et Philippe Moins dir.), Paris, éditions Capricci, 2016 2. Carole Wrona, Persepolis, dossier Collège au cinéma, éditions CNC, 2006

    Articles connexes

    1. Persepolis 2. Liste des longs métrages d'animation

    Liens externes

    1. Ressources relatives à l'audiovisuel : 1.1. Allociné[archive] 1.2. Centre national du cinéma et de l'image animée[archive] 1.3. Ciné-Ressources[archive] 1.4. Cinémathèque québécoise[archive] 1.5. The Movie Database[archive] 1.6. Unifrance[archive] 1.7. (en) AllMovie[archive] 1.8. (en) American Film Institute[archive] 1.9. (en) British Film Institute[archive] 1.10. (en) Internet Movie Database[archive] 1.11. (en) LUMIERE[archive] 1.12. (en) Metacritic[archive] 1.13. (de) OFDb[archive] 1.14....

  5. Talk:Persepolis (film) - Wikipedia

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    • News
    • U.S. Release Date?
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    • The F-Word

    I thought it best to start this as it debuts on Wednesday and was already generating some heat from within Iran and might get more news as things progress and it'd be easier to update things with a live entry rather than catch up later. You can keep an eye on developments here (Emperor00:15, 22 May 2007 (UTC)) 1. I am adding an article by an Iranian émigré, Marjane Satrapi et sa Bridget Jones voilée. Although it is in French, the criticism is important as the article suggests, with considerable evidence, that Marjane Satrapi is not a real opponent to the régime in Tehran and, indeed, that the mullahs' opposition to the movie was feigned. Asteriks08:52, 15 July 2007 (UTC) 1. 1.1. Bottom line is they are just blogs and don't meet the criteria for WP:RS so you can't add that information without a better source. Especially, as the claims are controversial. (Emperor12:21, 15 July 2007 (UTC))

    When was it announced that the United States Release Date would be 8/8/08? Someone cite a source please? Inkan196920:21, 8 August 2007 (UTC) I can't find the above date on any websites either but IMBD has 25 December 2007 as the release date: Avigon22:43, 16 August 2007 (UTC) According to IMBD website it sounds more like the first screening in the US was on the 14th October 2007 (at the New York Film Festival) Livingstone3815:13, 30 January 2020 (UTC)

    The article-writers nationalist bias shows from the interpretation of the quote. To dedicate the film to "Iranians" is not exactly the same as to dedicate it to the "Iranian Nation". —Preceding unsigned comment added by 84.193.188.216 (talk) 19:39, 14 October 2007 (UTC) Bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla, that movie was terrible. lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa...

    The film's timespan is much larger than the Iranian revolution, it follows the girl until she's 21. I've deleted a section because it violated WP:V and WP:NPOV-the title of the section alone - "Controversies and Political Errors" should give some idea why...it basically made claims that events depicted in the film were incorrect because they depicted contentious matters in a way that was asserted as incorrect, but no citation was given. Per the Burden of Evidence Policy (WP:PROVEIT) this is being deleted until it is provided with respectable citations Oscillon (talk) 07:15, 29 December 2007 (UTC) How is a "box office failure" defined? According to Marjane Satrapi, the film is currently identified as "a very successful film ... commercially (with over a million admissions in France alone)". — Preceding unsigned comment added by 76.76.55.2 (talk) 18:30, 18 June 2012 (UTC) According to the Infobox, the budget was about $7 million, while the film grossed over $22 million. While a $22 mi...

    The article implies that the US release is dubbed into English, but I just saw it tonight in Baltimore and it is in French and subtitled. Is there more than one US release? --Jfruh (talk) 05:13, 23 February 2008 (UTC) Yes, according to Marjane's biography on this website. Backbeatlistener (talk) 00:13, 12 April 2009 (UTC)

    The article referenced states that "rare screenings [were held] to small but fascinated audiences". This means that there was more than one screening and does not suggest that the audience was "a selective group" as edited by Balthazarduju. Therefore, I'm reverting it back to the correct paraphrasing from the article. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 24.152.137.167 (talk) 07:20, 11 March 2008 (UTC) Many Iranian Americans were pleased with the release of this film. That ought to be noted. Also, several of the links do not function properly, so it would be appropriate to double check whoever posted them.Layyoub (talk) 22:04, 25 November 2009 (UTC)

    Ref 13 is broken (link to US parents objection to the film). If anyone has a working link, please update it. Turkeyphant01:24, 13 February 2011 (UTC)

    The article says that the film "is the first traditionally animated nominee since 2005's Howl's Moving Castle". So, the first since two years? Wow, such an incredible record. Kumagoro-42 01:21, 27 January 2015 (UTC)

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    I don't edit regularly and so I'm not sure if this is a real concern, but does the sentence "It received a PG-13 Rating upon release in the United States, as it only contained one F-Word." strike anybody else the wrong way? I would probably just say that it was rated PG-13 for mild language or something, but is it always better to be more specific? Omgitsmonica (talk) 18:55, 2 March 2018 (UTC) 1. Thought there is a whole lot wrong with that sentence, we needn't go any further than this: Wikipedia generally does not provide various organizations' parental ratings for films. (Incidentally, the MPAA generally doesn't provide detailed explanations. Maybe it was a "fuck". Maybe it was someone drinking or smoking. Maybe it was violence. Maybe the reviewers were recovering from a rough weekend and took it out on the film.) - SummerPhDv2.021:42, 2 March 2018 (UTC)

  6. Persepolis (comics) - Wikipedia

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    Persepolis has been adapted into an animated film, by Sony Pictures Classics. The film was co-directed by Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud. [30] It was voiced by Catherine Deneuve , Chiara Mastroianni , Danielle Darrieux and Simon Abkarian .

    • Persepolis The Story of a Childhood: 2000, Persepolis The Story of a Return: 2004
    • 2000, 2004
  7. Persepolis (film) – Wikipedia

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    Filmen börjar med Marjane, ett begåvat men oregerligt och ensamt barn som växer upp under Shahensdiktatur. Hennes föräldrar hör till den bildade övre medelklass som hoppas på politisk förändring och demokrati i och med slutet på Shahens styre. Marjane själv vill bli profet. När revolterna mot Shahen tilltar befrias hennes farbror, en kommunistkader från Iranska Azarbaijan, ur fängelset. Han berättar hur han hade kämpat för proletariatets triumf, och hur han till och med flydde till Sovjetunionen för att studera i Moskva. Snart arresteras han dock på nytt av den nya regimen, liksom andra oppositionella, för att "skydda" den iranska revolutionen. Marjanes farbror döms till döden. Före avrättningen får Marjane besöka honom, vilket gör djupt intryck på henne. Marjane växer upp under den islamistiska regimen hon blir en rebellisk tonåring som bär en traditionell hijab till adidasskor och en jeansjacka som det står "Punk Is Not Ded [sic]" på. Hon lyssnar på "rebellisk" musik som The Bee G...

    Filmen är svartvit i liknande stil som de ursprungliga serieteckningarna. Scenerna som utspelar sig i berättelsens nutid är i färg, medan de delarna som det berättas som flashback är svartvita. Animeringen gjordes av två specialinriktade studior: Je Suis Bien Content och Pumpkin 3D.

    Röstskådespelarnai den ursprungliga franska versionen inkluderar: 1. Chiara Mastroiannisom Marjane i tonåren och som vuxen 2. Catherine Deneuvesom Modern 3. Danielle Darrieuxsom Farmodern 4. Simon Abkariansom Fadern

    Recensioner

    Filmen fick en betydande mängd positiva recensioner. Den 2 juni 2013 hade Rotten Tomatoes samlat in 154 recensioner varav 96% (148 stycken) positiva.[3] Metacritic sammanfattar det kritiska mottagandet som "allmänt bifall", och gav filmen ett medelvärde på 90 av 100, baserat på 31 recensioner.[4] Kritiker.se ger filmen ett medelbetyg på 4,0 (av 5) baserat på 19 svenska recensioner. [5] Tidningen TIME Magazines Richard Corliss skrev att filmen var en av de tio bästa filmerna 2009, och placerad...

    "Tio-i-topp"-listor

    Filmen har funnits med på många kritikers tio-i-topp-listor över de bästa filmerna 2007.[8] 1. 2 - Stephen Hunter, The Washington Post 2. 3 - Marc Savlov, The Austin Chronicle 3. 3 - Marjorie Baumgarten, The Austin Chronicle 4. 4 - Claudia Puig, USA Today 5. 4 - Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly 6. 4 - Mike Russell, The Oregonian 7. 4 - Stephanie Zacharek, Salon 8. 4 - Stephen Holden, The New York Times 9. 6 - Richard Corliss, TIMEmagazine 10. 7 - Ella Taylor, LA Weekly 11. 8 - Dana Stev...

    2007 European Film Awards
    2007 London Film Festival
    2007 Cinemanila International Film Festival

    Filmen har dragit till sig klagomål från den iranska regeringen. Redan före premiären vid filmfestivalen i Cannes skickade organisationen Iran Farabi Foundation, en vänorganisation till regeringen, ett brev till den franska ambassaden i Teheran. Där konstaterades att "This year the Cannes Film Festival, in an unconventional and unsuitable act, has chosen a movie about Iran that has presented an unrealistic face of the achievements and results of the glorious Islamic Revolution in some of its parts." (översättning: "Detta års Filmfestival i Cannes har, i en okonventionell och olämplig gärning, valt en film om Iran som har presenterat en orealistisk sida av resultaten av den ärorika islamistiska revolutionen i en del av dess delar.")[9] I juni 2007 tog man bort filmen från Bangkok International Film Festival efter påtryckningar från den iranska regeringen. Festivalens chef Chattan Kunjara na Ayudhya konstaterade att "I was invited by the Iranian embassy to discuss the matter and we bo...

  8. The Breadwinner (film) - Wikipedia

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    The Breadwinner is a 2017 animated drama film from Irish animation studio Cartoon Saloon directed by Nora Twomey and executive produced by Mimi Polk Gitlin and Angelina Jolie. Based on the best-selling novel by Deborah Ellis , the film was an international co-production between Canada , the Republic of Ireland and Luxembourg , and received a ...

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    Persepolis (film) - Wikipedia Persepolis (Persepolis.Histoire d'une femme insoumise) è il titolo di un fumetto storico/autobiografico, scritto in lingua francese e disegnato dall'autrice iraniana Marjane Satrapi.L'opera narra la vita dell'autrice, dall'infanzia trascorsa in Iran sino all'età adulta; da un lato, Persepolis racconta soprattutto ...

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    Dec 21, 2017 · Marjane Strapi is a world renowned writer who penned Persepolis in 2000. With a graphic each novel in the series following each year afterward until 2004. Working on the film adaption of Persepolis in 2007. She started having the graphic novels translated into English in 2003 with the original novel, the others…

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