本篇文章主要讲的是电影中关于性别的概念，电影“A separation”将在这一节中进行讨论，以拉长性别的概念。在这部电影中，性别和阶级在自然中一直交织在一起。这部电影描述了伊朗中产阶级夫妇决定离婚后的生活。在电影中，妻子希望从最近获得的移民签证中受益，而她的丈夫希望留在德黑兰照顾生病的父亲(Reichle 2014)。这部电影从这个分析的角度，不仅探索了宗教和世俗主义，还探索了宗教如何以不完美和不完整的方式映射性别，以及宗教符号如何操纵和交换，以谈判社会和个人本性的世界。本篇利兹市论文代写文章由英国论文通AssignmentPass辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
Moving ahead, the film “A separation” will be discussed in this section in order to elongate on the concept of gender. In this film, gender and class have been kept intertwined in nature. The film has depicted middle class couple from Iran’s aftermath on their decision of separating. In the film, the wife wishes taking benefit from a visa recently awarded to move to a foreign land while her husband wishes staying in Tehran to tend towards his sick father (Reichle 2014). The movie from the perspective of this analysis explores not only religion and secularism but also the way in which religion maps in an imperfect and incomplete manner over gender and the way in which religion signifiers manipulate and exchange towards negotiating the worlds of social and personal nature.
The two women characters in the film, Simin and Razieh are shown wearing hijab. This is a type of veil in Persian culture (Bye 2016). The manner their veil is styled is different radically to depict indicators communicating identity markers based on gender and religion. The hijab of Simin has a colour and is pushed back for revealing her dyed bright hair while veil of Razieh is coloured black covering all her hair consistently again covered using a chador. The preference of Simin is to wear anything by which her body can be seen and so she prefers to wear jeans in western style. The veil of Razieh who is a servant is her companion of constant and intimate nature.
Razieh is very specific about her veil and never lets her face be shown (Mendes & Sundholm 2015). Her specificity about her veil is evident when she consistently tells her daughter to wear the veil. On top of such religious markers layers gender indicators array. From the house quality, it is clear that Razieh has a desperation for money but the same is not the case for Simin. Simin and her husband themselves are not rich but they appear to gain the access towards securities, luxuries and mobility of geographical and social nature which Razieh and her husband do not hand.