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... a marvelous glimpse into the working methods of Kiarostami, but that becomes merely one of the many layers of "reality" in this film.
There's a reason Kiarostami is considered one of the best filmmakers in the world today, so that even one of his minor films cannot be easily dismissed.
The final shot is one of the best you'll ever see.
The third film in Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami's unofficial trilogy extends the themes present in the previous two films to the point of emotionally numbing, if intellectually admirable, redundancy.
Mesmerizingly beautiful composed views of the rugged landscape in real time
Kiarostami continues to prove us that he is a genius in the way he interweaves reality and fiction, and even if this third Koker film may feel a bit redundant when placed side-by-side with the other two, there is something absolutely unique about what he is trying to do here.
my least favorite of the trilogy is still great. the various layers, in jokes and reference to the previous films have become staggering by this time so don't approach without preparation (watching the other two films in the series)
Expressive and staggeringly touching.The process of film-making and the various interactions by the members/crew,job and personal issues altogether.A brilliant finale,worthwhile as one of 90's magnificent finales.
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