Fresh from the Hof Film Festival right to Germany's TV screens - see this film on march 7, 2009 in the Bayerisches Fernsehen, at 21:45.
" In 1962 the young poetess Forough Farrokhzad visited the lepers at the end of the earth to make a film about their world.
Her film, "The House is Black”, was to become world famous, and, by and by, change a small world too: the world of a small boy who had the good fortune to meet her.
Overnight, the boy is spirited away from the leprosy colony into the midsts of pre-revolutionary Tehranian bohemia.
A documentary fairy-tale that begins in a north Iranian leprosy colony and winds its way to Munich’s Westend: there the Iranian poet in exile, Hossein Mansouri, goes in search of the boy and discovers a real oriental fable about his own roots and the magical power of word."
Movies from the reality, then to be exaggerated. To exaggerated way to express the views of reality. Movie stars have a look so normal.ReplyDelete
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