Atom User Reviews for The Persian Version
Keshavarz spins a lot of plates in The Persian Version and we can see the effort, but she keeps them all in the air.
The Persian Version isn't quite the quirky family comedy the trailers make it out to be. It's funny, but it's also raw. It's emotional and heartwarming in its truths. It will also leave you wanting to call your mother.
The voiceover-heavy storytelling is exhausting and weightless, despite Keshavarz’s clear affection for and closeness to these women.