Leila Hatrami: Presents Grand Prix Award at Cannes

“A separation” actress

screencomment.com: One of the surprises of the evening included the “A separation” actress Leila Hatami coming up on stage to present one of the top prizes. The memory of Claude Miller, who’s AD’d Jean-Luc Godard and Marcel Carné hung heavily over tonight’s ceremony, with many actors and directors paying homage to him in pre-broadcast remarks. Miller left us this last April after a battle with cancer >>>


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by ghalam-doon on

She shows a little bit of hair here since she's still planning to go back to I.R. Just wait until she gets some European contracts. Then we might see more!

Remember Golshifteh?

Ashton's Mantu was more "Islamic" that this lady's dress!



Mardom Mazloom

Heureusement qu'il y a les iraniennes pour nous sauver la face

by Mardom Mazloom on

Merci !

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by Hafez for Beginners on

Bravo madame: And I was so impressed with her FRENCH! Also, she looks more and more like Isabella Rossellini each time I see her. 


La Belle Demoiselle qui Passe là-bas!

by Faramarz on


Very elegant dress and head cover and much better than what she wore at the Academy Awards.



by Simorgh5555 on

Farahani is no competition for Leila Hatami, exposed breast or not. 

Mohammad Ala


by Mohammad Ala on

Happy to have one of us up there.



by yolanda on

She looks beautiful, composed, classical, and contemporary at the same time! She reminds me of Isabella Rossellini!

She has started to outshine Farahani!



She is drop dead gorgeous

by Simorgh5555 on

She knocks the pants of Nicole Kidman and any Holloywood actress any day of the week. I'm glad she is exposing more of her hair now and hopefully we'll see her presenting at Cannes next year sans hijab. The outfit is also elegant and an improvement on the Benzir Bhuto outfit at the Oscars- not that it was bad, it was chic but awfully Eastern.