I Do Movies Badly: Like Someone in Love

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  1. FictionIsntReal says:

    This was the one Kiarostami film in this series I hadn’t already seen. After watching it, I didn’t know why it opened with offscreen dialogue. After listening to you, I still don’t. Most of the film isn’t like that, and his earlier work like the Koker trilogy isn’t either, so I don’t think it’s matter of him not being from “Hollywood”.

    This was not the final Kiarostami feature. He released 24 Frames in 2016.

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