Antidote to “A Separation”

Over the weekend I watched the Iranian movie A Separation. I was talking with an Iranian colleague about how much despair there is in the movie… a man and his daughter deal with the consequences of the wife separating, as they care for the husband’s aging father who has Alzheimer’s.  Very complex, nuanced movie.  If you like Kieslowski, you will definitely like A Separation.

Anyway, my colleague suggested something a little more inspiring of hope and joy.  So here it is. Wonderful music and singing. Thanks MG!

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Economist at Santa Clara University and Director of Friends of African Village Libraries.
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