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wordlessness starts as a home video.bunch of seemingly crazy ordinary friends decide to spend some time with one another under one condition that no one is permitted to say a word throughout the ordeal.this is the core principle of the film.the so called Concept, but the movie is much more than just that which in itself is unique enough for a whole movie to watch over 90 minutes.oddly enough it is so strong that one wishes it would have continued another 90 minutes.the film is extraordinary in direction, and more interesting in how it develops from one phase to another.one other prospect keeps the viewer entangled in the picture as a blind man and his attraction for a girl in the party of people and things he goes through adds to the events.however, a film that starts as a normal gathering of a bunch of merry go round people turns out to be a lot more as it continues.there is a magician that rather reminds everyone every once in a while "not to speak a word" and it is he in the end that delivers the stunning final effective punch to the film by magically influencing the final moments of the movie.all in all this masterpiece of shokof's conceptual; experimental, becomes a classic work of art that deserves to be viewed by both serious and just those of us who only go to see films and have fun.a great cinema achievement in the name of wordlessness. shokof in top form. 10 is just good enough.
i have recently become close viewer of Shokof films.the first problem is where to find one, but i did.i make this short so that flushers would be my focus at this time.this brilliant concept which can in my opinion become a great successful episodic series anywhere in the world is perhaps that right medicine for viewers world wide to get a first look at what an Amenic Film can look like?Amenic Film is a discovery by Shokof where one chooses a concept, films it, edits it, screens it and only thereafter , one starts writing the "Script".Shokof;s Flushers is a knock out fun and brilliant film experience no matter if you understand arts or not.it is in my opinion as artistic as his Seven Servants but so easy to digest that you forget a master story- teller is telling stories in a space you have never ever been confined in while watching a movie.Flushers is "Life" continues in Toilets.both women rest room and mens restroom.the scene is open for a whole planet to show all that happens in it.the setting is really outstanding and can only be expected from someone like Shokof.the lines are so great.the actors are so amazing that one thinks they have all been born behind cameras but most are just "line" actors.all this to Shokof;s credit as a world class original and powerful director and certainly my favorite one, since it all comes down to his creativity potentials to have just probably made the decades most enjoyable film with much to look for and to expect from it in days ahead. just perfectest film i ever saw in my life.