Saturday, January 28, 2017

Ove”-actor, would like to protest at the Oscars – Västerbottens-kuriren (the Courier)

Telegram Actor Bahar Pars reacted strongly to the new US-reseregler which means that, among other things, iranians are not allowed to enter the united states at 90 days. Now, she plans a position.

"A man called Ove" is, along with the iranian "Forushande" nominated for best foreign film at the Oscars on 26 February. Under not confirmed data, the iranian director Asghar Farhadi is prevented from travelling into the united states and participate in the gala after the reseregler like Donald Trump introduced.

the Actor Bahar Pars is born in Iran and play a key role, Parvaneh, in "A man called Ove." Now she reflects on the boycott or protest on the spot, reports the Swedish Radio.

— It is not even certain that I’m going in, ” she says to TT.

Bahar Pars says she had problems to enter the united states already in the fall when the crew, would promote the movie.

Visa took almost two months and I did not go on my Swedish passport, it would not surprise me if no one who is born in Iran comes in, ” she says.

According to Bahar Pars is boycott an option she considered, but says that she has many interviews scheduled in the united states. In this way she would be able to make a stronger position for the iranians, who are not allowed into the country from the red carpet than from Sweden.

— I think I would rather go there and take that space, I’ll probably get more out of being able to stand there and say "you know what? Now I am standing here on your land fuck off", says Bahar Pars.


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