Opening with the metaphorical cracking of a young couple's apartment walls, we watch as their marriage unravels following the invasion of an intruder, and witness the extremes seemingly innocent people are capable of. Farhadi's new tale of ethical dilemmas, told in parallel to its characters' acting of Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman " on stage, has an insidiously slow start, but reaches a breathtaking final half-hour that makes the viewer much more uncomfortable and self-aware than his masterpiece, A Separation. You're left with the troubling question: What would I do if I was there? Farhadi has done it again.
PS: Afshin, Arshia, Azita, Farzaneh, Hooman, Majid and Shahram, ... what a memorable night.