Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Yes is an expressionistic 2004 film written and directed by Sally Potter and starring Joan Allen, Simon Abkarian, Sam Neill, Shirley Henderson, Raymond Waring, Stephanie Leonidas, and Sheila Hancock. The dialog of the film is almost entirely in iambic pentameter and usually rhymes, a fact which has garnered polarizing critical reception. The film opens as an unnamed Irish-American microbiologist (Allen) discovers her British businessman husband Anthony (Neill) is having an affair with their goddaughter''s mother. Feeling fragile and alone at an elegant London dinner party, she meets a Lebanese Muslim chef (Abkarian) who immediately begins seducing her. They soon begin a passionate, torrid affair. He tells her of his past in Beirut, where he was a surgeon who became disillusioned after he saved a man''s life moments before he was shot dead. She tells him about her childhood, which began in Belfast where she was raised by a loving Marxist aunt before she moved to America.
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