In this Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012 photo Israelis wait for the screening of the Iranian movie "A Separation" at a movie theater in Jerusalem. Israeli newspapers warn daily of the Iranian nuclear threat, but for the past week and a half, Israelis filmgoers have packed movie theaters to watch a drama set in Tehran. "A Separation," a domestic drama directed by Iranian Asghar Farhadi, bested an Israeli rival and three others on Sunday to win the award for best foreign film.(AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)

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In this Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012 photo Israelis wait for the screening of the Iranian movie "A Separation" at a movie theater in Jerusalem. Israeli newspapers warn daily of the Iranian nuclear threat, but for the past week and a half, Israelis filmgoers have packed movie theaters to watch a drama set in Tehran. "A Separation," a domestic drama directed by Iranian Asghar Farhadi, bested an Israeli rival and three others on Sunday to win the award for best foreign film.(AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)
In this Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012 photo Israelis wait for the screening of the Iranian movie "A Separation" at a movie theater in Jerusalem. Israeli newspapers warn daily of the Iranian nuclear threat, but for the past week and a half, Israelis filmgoers have packed movie theaters to watch a drama set in Tehran. "A Separation," a domestic drama directed by Iranian Asghar Farhadi, bested an Israeli rival and three others on Sunday to win the award for best foreign film.(AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)
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