In this undated photo released by Filmiran film distributing company, Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi, right, looks through the screen next to his cameraman Mahmoud Kalari, at a scene of his movie "A Separation" which won the Academy Awards in foreign films. Iran trumpeted the Islamic Republic's first foreign film Oscar win Monday as a triumph over archfoe Israel _ even as audiences in Israel packed theaters to watch the movie that beat their country's entry at the Academy Awards. (AP Photo/Filmiran International Company, Habib Majidi)

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In this undated photo released by Filmiran film distributing company, Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi, right, looks through the screen next to his cameraman Mahmoud Kalari, at a scene of his movie "A Separation" which won the Academy Awards in foreign films. Iran trumpeted the Islamic Republic's first foreign film Oscar win Monday as a triumph over archfoe Israel _ even as audiences in Israel packed theaters to watch the movie that beat their country's entry at the Academy Awards. (AP Photo/Filmiran International Company, Habib Majidi)
In this undated photo released by Filmiran film distributing company, Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi, right, looks through the screen next to his cameraman Mahmoud Kalari, at a scene of his movie "A Separation" which won the Academy Awards in foreign films. Iran trumpeted the Islamic Republic's first foreign film Oscar win Monday as a triumph over archfoe Israel _ even as audiences in Israel packed theaters to watch the movie that beat their country's entry at the Academy Awards. (AP Photo/Filmiran International Company, Habib Majidi)
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