Five: Dedicated to Ozu
|Release Date:||January 1, 2003|
|Running time:||74 minutes|
Description: Abbas Kiarostami's five-segment experiment in digital cinema is a work of simplicity. Its subject is nature itself. Waves break on the shore. A lone piece of driftwood moves back and forth. Strangers walk along the coastline. A dog plays by the sea. A flash of bright light. Then come the ducks, waddling in and out of the shot. Finally, a reflection on water of the moon at night as frogs make a racket in the background.
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