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"Valley of Saints" is a quiet tapestry of such colorful beauty that it had me sighing and smiling through every scene.
[A] low-key, beautifully photographed movie ...
The calm surface of Dal Lake hides a multitude of sins in the exquisite Valley of Saints, and director Musa Syeed captures its tranquil beauty amid the chaos of Kashmir.
American filmmaker Musa Syeed directs a lyrical, tender film set on renowned Dal Lake in the disputed Indian state of Kashmir with this nimble debut feature.
A likably low-key docudrama set in an attractive area of politically turbulent Kashmir.
A young man in transition reframes his vision of home.
A film in which a dying lake becomes a symbol of India's environmental crisis as well as of Kashmiri hopes for freedom. But it is not so much a political film as a deeply realized drama about the human condition.
Political, ecological and romantic awakening intermingle in Musa Syeed's lyrical neorealist feature debut Valley Of Saints.
Syeed has achieved a beguiling, effortless blend of fact and fiction, populating the film mostly with non-professional actors and giving it the appearance of unscripted drama.
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