Art and Experience: “The Salesman” by Asghar Farhadi is among the list of 100 most anticipated films of 2016.

“The Salesman” directed by Asghar Farhadi starring Sahahab Hosseini and Taraneh Alidoosti is about two actors perform in Arthur Miller’s “Death Of A Salesman.” Indie Wire wrote: “Though a few savvy festival-goers picked up on his earlier work, for most of us Iranian helmer Asghar Farhadi is maybe the most exciting filmmaker to emerge in this decade. His Oscar-winning melodrama “A Separation” topped our list of the best of the decade so far last year, and the France-set follow-up “The Past” was terrific too. There’s been a gap of a few years since the latter, but Farhadi is lining up projects: he’s apparently going to shoot a movie produced by Pedro Almodovar in Spain later this year, but he quietly shot a film back home in Iran last month. Details are thin on the ground, except that it’s apparently linked to “Death Of A Salesman.” Some kind of theatrical-life drama? Or something more experimental? Either way, consider us there. Though it only shot in November, Farhadi’s apparently already submitted it to the Fajr International Film Festival in Iran. That takes place in early February —could we also end up seeing it in Berlin?”

New photos of this movie published at the same time as the news came out.