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An embarrassment as a film, as a product of human brain
This film surpaases any bad film in it's terrible casting, make-up, diaolgues, editing, historical narration, acting and worst of all, directing by the notorious director of "Golden Collars" Abulqasem Talebi. I am on a train writing this. I was forced to watch this embarrassment. As it is usually the case with intercity buses and trains, the managers are experts in choosing the worst and cheapest films to bore people till death.
This film is an obviously propagandist film laden with ideological messages and the director doesn't try to be subtle at all; or if he tries, he is shamefully unsuccessful. The only thing that can be 'tolerated' in this moving collection of a child's mental images is the music.
The protagonist is an impotent hero whose attempts to do something heroic only make him more laughable.
If it weren't for the violence and mentally disturbing albeit exaggerated content of this 'film', I would easily label this as a children's film.
What is sad is that a lot of resources were squandered to promote this film.
Cinema lovers (especially, lovers of Iranian serious cinema), please accept my condolences for this tragedy of a film. I hope the day comes that only competent directors with a really artistic mind are allowed to go behind the camera and receive support from governments.
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