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By Geoff Andrews

Iranian Abbas Kiarostami burst onto the foreign movie scene within the early Nineteen Nineties and--as confirmed through the numerous significant prizes he has won--is now generally considered as probably the most distinct and proficient modern day administrators. In 2002, with 10, Kiarostami broke new floor, solving one or electronic cameras on a car's dashboard to movie ten conversations among the driving force (Mania Akbari) and her numerous passengers. the implications are miraculous: notwithstanding officially rigorous, even austere, and documentary-like in its type, 10 succeeds either as emotionally affecting human drama and as a severe research of way of life in today's Tehran.
In this research, Geoff Andrew seems to be at 10 in the context of Kiarostami's profession, of Iranian cinema's contemporary renaissance, and of overseas movie tradition. Drawing on a couple of distinct interviews he carried out with either Kiarostami and his lead actress, Andrew sheds mild at the strange tools utilized in making the movie, on its political relevance, and on its remarkably sophisticated aesthetic.

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Akbari agreed. Members of her family - most notably her son Amin and friends appear in the finished film; her husband also worked on it as an assistant to Kiarostami. The car was Akbari's, like the clothes she wore. The shoot itself, which lasted around three months, was extraordinarily informal and improvisational. 10 \ 37 Kiarostami and Mania Akbari preparing to film a scene for 10 We'd shoot two or three days a week. The cameras were at the ready, and I'd be sitting at home with little to do except wait by the phone, so whenever Mania called to say she and her son or friends were available, we'd go out and shoot.

But we already know that from other Kiarostami films. , but Kiarostami provides few figures we actively admire and want to imitate. Amin is not so different from the kids in The Tmveller, Homew01-k or And LIfe Goes On ... , in that his main concern in life is sport and cartoons, except that he has a parental divorce to deal with as well, which is making his enjoyment of those things more difficult. He blames his mother for that, and we hear her accuse him, in (10), of parroting whatever his father says about her.

Plus, of course, it helped that Mania felt comfortable with her. But the woman you see walking off along the street was not her but a friend of mine who I asked just to do that shot; the car she gets into was driven by Mania's husband. 93 TIlls last shot - the only one to break with the two-angle method - was included because Kiarostami 'wanted to show how men there are just waiting in the streets. Two cars come along in a matter of seconds - the first for real! - which looks really predatory. '94 Such deceptions have played an important part in Kiarostami's methods for years.

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