The Color of Paradise

| June 16, 2000

The Color of Paradise:Iranian Film Shines Light on the Pinwheel Workings of the Human Heart, review by Marc Savlov, Austin Chronicle

The Color of Paradise, a new film from Iran about the relationship between a poor blind boy and his father, 'is a simple film in the best sense of the phrase, touching on basic human emotions and needs with a rapturous gaze and exquisite camerawork that glimpses not only the Iran unseen by most Westerners but also the inner pinwheel workings of the human heart.' Go there>>

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