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Life And Nothing More
(Zendegi va digar hich)

by Abbas KIAROSTAMI

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Following the earthquake that devastated north-west Iran in June 1990, a filmmaker (Kiarostami’s alter ego) drives to the disaster zone. It was here that, some years earlier, he had made the film that brought him international acclaim, Where is the Friend’s Home? (1987). He now asks the question: “where are the young actors I filmed?” His search takes the form of an odyssey, from village to village, close to the fractured landscapes, to the courage and dignity of the survivors. Kiarostami reactivates the principles of neorealism (inserting the story into a documentary framework, having non-professional actors, recording one of his country’s historic moments), to chart, on the roads to Koker, a universal philosophical path. JL

  • Titre français
    Et la vie continue
  • Original title
    Zendegi va digar hich
  • Titre international
    Life And Nothing More
  • Scénario
    Abbas KIAROSTAMI
  • Photo
    Homayun PAEVAR
  • Montage
    Changiz SAYAD, Abbas KIAROSTAMI
  • Interprétation
    Farhad KHERADMAND, Buba BAYOUR
  • Production
    Kanoon (Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children & Young Adults)
  • Distribution
    Carlotta Films : info@carlottafilms.com
  • Support de projection
    DCP
  • Sous-titrage
    VOSTF
  • Ratio
    1:66

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