This is definitely worth catching if you ever get the chance. I happened to come across it at a screening for the Kiarostami season here in London and really made my day. It's colour instruction for children, filmed in such a fun, uplifting way that it looks like Kiarostami was having a whale of a time doing it. It's witty, fast-paced and, in a subtle way, poetic, very much like most of Kiarostami's films, but in most other ways, radically different from them. Kanun was really lucky to have Kiarostami making films for them and Kiarostami was lucky to have been employed by Kanun to start his career with because he obviously got a lot from this experience of making films for and about children.
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