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The early scenes are dizzying, introducing us to 20 or so characters in the first 10 minutes, and the story proceeds breathlessly, with no hand-holding, as Farhadi skips over key events, creating little mysteries and expecting us to be able to keep up. Everybody Knows. He makes family dramas that are driven by the secrets even loved ones keep from one another, and, in the end, his films are usually about class.