"Positive" Kiarostami

Short fiction film made in collaboration with Abbas Kiarostami

A film by Yoram Porath produced utilizing Kiarostamis methodology with non-actors, the film depicts a surreal nocturnal encounter between a Sikh taxi driver and a mysterious New Yorker young woman.


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Mola Nasredeen

I Wished it was!

by Mola Nasredeen on

There's not much similarity between this short movie and Kiarostami's movies, not in the film form or acting and staging a movie. 

1. Yes the story happens in a car but many other movies are made involving plots that happen in cars and taxies, for example the movie called Taxi Driver

2. Kiarostami does not use absract images in his movies but this one does.

3. His actors are not professional but act naturally. The man who plays the driver in this movie is not comfortable and he pretends.

Thanks for posting it.