Keswick Film Club - The Wind Will Carry Us The

The Wind Will Carry Us The (Bad ma ra khahad bord)

Director: Abbas Kiarostami Country: Iran/France
Cert: U Year: 1999 Length: 118 mins Language: Persian
The Wind Will Carry Us The

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Synopsis

Behzad Dourani, the villagers of Siah Dareh.
Kiarostami reclaims his crown as 'greatest living Iranian film director' - no small tribute in the last two years of fine films from that country. This Venice Festival Jury Prize-winning tale of an encounter between westernised sophisticates from Tehran and apparently simple villagers provides a "subtle personal debate about the value of being alive", as the Variety critic put it.

Critics

open_quote An eerily flawless masterpiece close_quote Gilbert Adair, Independent on Sunday



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