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Just one day from completing their military training, three conscripts desert their camp and escape into the frozen wilderness of Northern Iran. In this austere and mesmerizing debut ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Soleimani Far Soleimani Far
Dariush Ghazbani Dariush Ghazbani ... Dariush
Akbar Mansouri Akbar Mansouri
Fatemeh Mir Fatemeh Mir ... The Pregnant Woman
Esmail Movahedi Esmail Movahedi ... Essi
Javad Saremi Javad Saremi
Yousef Yazdani Yousef Yazdani ... Yousef
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Just one day from completing their military training, three conscripts desert their camp and escape into the frozen wilderness of Northern Iran. In this austere and mesmerizing debut feature, director Naghi Nemati's attention to the minutiae of human relationships is a quiet and deliberate meditation on the value of responsibility, connection and sacrifice. Written by Anonymous

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Official Sites:

sourehcinema

Country:

Iran

Language:

Persian | Turkish

Release Date:

9 October 2009 (USA) See more »

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Those Three See more »

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Iran

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Andish Film See more »
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Mono

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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existential view of the sometimes ambiguous aspect of freedom
10 May 2017 | by koogieSee all my reviews

I thought this was an exceptional film, in it's stark naked simplicity and beauty of writing, direction and incredible artistic cinematography. It reminded me of a very tasteful piece of music, or a player who expresses just what is needed and nothing more, almost a film haiku. As an American I wish we in this country had more patience and appreciation for the artistic, which we did in the past, but today we seem to go for action packed, hit you over the head with formulas of sex and violence. If there is too much space, no good. If things take too much time to view before the next piece action, no good, etc. Excellent film, particularly for those with existential leanings towards the irreducible raw experience in life, with an ending which was as graceful as the falling snow. Bruce Kugler


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