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(1381) 6.9 114 min 2017

24 Frames is an experimental project made by filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami in the last three years of his life. It is a collection of 24 short four-and-a-half minute films inspired by still images, including paintings and photographs.

Abbas Kiarostami

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Tuesday, 07 Jul 2020 09:42

This is one of those movies you see somewhere in a documentary or in a political campaign, but you are actually interested in because you can relate to it. It is also a true story, although not a political one, but a personal one. This is based on a book by Kevin Harris, a documentary by the director, and a play by the actors who were in the production. The actors themselves, while brilliant, are also both very serious about their roles. They are all looking, and even if they are pretending to be on stage, they are really acting. Michael (David Anders) is a very good actor and his talent is well known, but he is so serious about the job that when he steps on stage he is a little too serious. Now I can't say that his role is very serious, but I can say that he is not being himself, and he has to act to a point. This is an incredible challenge for any actor, who has to pull off a role like that and not just pretend. Sophie (Kim Zolciak) is the real star of this film, and she is also one of the most difficult roles for any actor to pull off, because she has to be more than a cute little French girl who wants to be American, she has to have real depth and know who she is. This is the first role for her in a major film, but she is already very familiar with the style of French cinema. She is amazing, but only at the beginning of the film. There is a scene where she has to play someone who speaks French for the first time, and she is completely lost, and it's difficult to do the role justice. Her performance in that scene makes me want to see her in more films. Just one line, and her performance would have been outstanding, but that is the only time when she goes over the top, it's her way of moving around and acting like she is supposed to be a young mother. She never has to play a role too serious or too serious, but she does, and the performance is great. With her I believe that there is an explosion of talents from this film, and it shows. By the way, the movie also features a wonderful performance by the always lovely Anna Bonet. This is not one of those films that has to be deep and thought provoking, but it will make you think, and it will make you smile, and it will make you remember the good things in your life. And that is what is so important about this film. It is one of those films that will make you smile and remember, and it is a true piece of art.

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