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گلشیفته فراهانی در فیلم 'سنگ صبور' عتیق رحیمی

بی بی سی – ۱۱ سپتامبر ۲۰۱۲

سه شنبه ۱۱ سپتامبر ۲۰۱۲ - ۲۱ شهریور ۱۳۹۱/ فیلمی از عتیق رحیمی، کارگردان افغان، در جشنواره تورنتو به نمایش درآمده که نقش اول آن گلشیفته فراهانی بود. این فیلم بر اساس رمان موفق 'سنگ صبور' ساخته شده. برای پخش این فایل، نرم افزار "جاوا اسکریپت" باید فعال شود و تازه ترین نسخه "فلش" نیز نصب شده باشد/ فیلمی از عتیق رحیمی، کارگردان افغان، در جشنواره تورنتو به نمایش درآمده که نقش اول آن گلشیفته فراهانی بود. این فیلم بر اساس رمان موفق 'سنگ صبور' ساخته شده. داستانی که چهار سال پیش جایزه ادبی گنکور فرانسه را نصیب عتیق رحیمی کرد و یکی از پرفروشترین ...

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  Bloomberg - One hour ago

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  Trend - Two hours ago

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  Bloomberg - Two hours ago

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  Washington Post - 22 hours ago

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  Huffington Post - Five hours ago

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  Fox News - July 6, 2015

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  Tehran Times - July 6, 2015

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  VOA News - 23 hours ago

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  Bloomberg - 12 hours ago

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  Yahoo! News - July 6, 2015

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  Tehran Times - July 6, 2015

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