I saw Kite Runner. WOW!!!
The story time of Kite Runner runs parallel to our own Persepolis movie (1978 – 2000s). I think the story line is also almost the same.
The main difference with Persepolis is that there is room for humor, a luxury. There is no room for humor in Kite Runner and after seeing the movie and reflecting on what I saw and know about Afghanistan, I understand the reason. There was just so much cruelty in Afghanistan.
This movie is done in an impressive and respectful way to tell a story. I asked myself; does the story have to be told this way? Could there have been any other way? In the end upon reflection I concluded that it couldn’t and this is the only way.
So I tip my hat to the creators of Kite Runner. This movie will leave a profound impression on you. It takes you through a journey and makes you think about the feelings that you have not ever felt. It makes you realize the reality of it all.
Kite Runner is an excellent movie and I recommend it. You can rent it on DVD and remember it is rated PG-13, although I’d categorize it as R for parts of the movie.
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