Keswick Film Club - Ten

Sunday 6th April 5:30 PM


Director: Abbas Kiarostami Country: Iran/France
Cert: 12 Year: 2002 Length: 92 mins Language: Farsi with English subtitles

Audience Reaction

Score: 48.08% Attendance: 57


Shot in digital, this is a collection of 10 stories all set in the front seat of a car. The unnamed central character owns the car and through her interactions with her passengers we get an insight into her life and those of her passengers. The film's various characters give us first-hand opinions on religion, sex, divorce, parental duty and the place of women in Iran today. This is a highly original film with an experimental feel, yet still packs an emotional punch. Compelling viewing - and all the more extraordinary when you realise what little else there is to distract you from what is happening on screen.


open_quote A very remarkable film. One of the very best of the year close_quote Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

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