Marjane Satrapi: Graphic novels & her family’s influence

IFC News protection of the 2007 New York City Movie Festival Interview for the computer animated adapatation of the graphic novel "Persepolis." Writer/Director Marjane Satrapi talks about her first exposure to comics & graphic novels, as well as the impact of her granny.

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19 thoughts on “Marjane Satrapi: Graphic novels & her family’s influence”

  1. I think it might be this one, “Maus : A Survivor’s Tale” by Art Spiegelman, does anyone know for sure?

  2. I’ve just read Persepolis and it is really amazing. Congratulations, Marjane, for your talent and courage. Greetings from Brazil.

  3. I love the movie is just so wonderfull to learn about others cultures.. and more is this ones had been corrupted by politics and religion

  4. She read Maus! I love this woman! I knew Persepolis was influenced by Maus, I knew it the moment I saw it. I’m so glad to hear her confirm it.

  5. Persepolis was one the most touching and beautiful experiences I’ve had in my life. I admire her very much.

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