Badboy’s review published on Letterboxd:
"If you give an answer to your viewer, your film will simply finish in the movie theatre.
But when you pose questions, your film actually begins after people watch it. In fact, your film will continue inside the viewer" - Asghar Farhadi
After the movie was finished , credits were rolling and i was just sitting there looking at my computer screen thinking about Rahim and his son and his family.
This movie is full of human drama with thriller elements as Farhadi usually does, It is not an easy drama, but it is very brilliant and on a par with his best work. A Hero questions the honesty and dignity of the human being and there comes a point where the movie indirectly questions you. What would you be able to do in Rahim's shoes? Or better yet, would you be able to believe his word and his good intentions?
The acting was good from everyone ans specially Aamir was wonderful and portrayed expressions of weakness, sadness and anger in the best possible way, and the child actor who portrayed the son's character was excellent as well.