Beautiful, interesting, incredible cinema.
A deaf old man wearing a hearing aid is walking in the streets of Rasht. When the surroundings get too noisy, he turns off his sound.
Kiarostami's love for children and the elderly is authentic, and that love is very obvious in his Cinema, which is also authentic.
Another amazing Kiarostami short for Kanun. The thing which excites me is that he explores the possibilities of the cinematic medium so effortlessly. How many filmmakers would think of using sound in this elegant, touching way?
Can't believe how a simple story with a glimpse of smile cut can make such a piece. BEAUTIFUL and CUTE!
Sino ang nagbibingi-bingihan at sino ang hindi talaga nakaririnig? Ano ang kapangyarihan ng kolektibong tinig? May gustong iparating si Kiarostami dito. May gustong iparating si Kiarostami sa mundo.
Kiarostami, en interrogation constante sur le cinéma, pose ici une question simple : que se passe-t-il si le champ ne communique plus avec le contre-champ ?
Bienvenu et délicieux ! www.cinefiches.com
A curious little gem of a film. A slice of life, perhaps without direct interpretive meaning, but it's all worth it for that final frame.