Ten

Zeitgeist Films | Release Date: March 5, 2003
8.5
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TimeAug 16, 2010
After the first conversation, the relationship between mother and son was well established; the film would have been stronger if the son hadn't shown up as much, especially since every other character was far more fascinating. Touching andAfter the first conversation, the relationship between mother and son was well established; the film would have been stronger if the son hadn't shown up as much, especially since every other character was far more fascinating. Touching and intelligible, if not, at times, trying. Collapse
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melikak.Jul 4, 2005
It's great and diffrent from the other films of kiarostami. when the film is finished you feel something and it makes you think.(and i shoud say all his films actually creates a commen sense inside the spectators) and ten makes a diffrent one.
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maziFeb 7, 2005
Sensational & excellent with ingeniously structure.the film split beneath layers of chracters & ?shows differnt standpoints of them.young mother complain about dependance of women to men ?& limitatiom of females in society.her pre-teen Sensational & excellent with ingeniously structure.the film split beneath layers of chracters & ?shows differnt standpoints of them.young mother complain about dependance of women to men ?& limitatiom of females in society.her pre-teen son(amin) have ? male dominant thoughts & accuse her mother to lack of responsibility & leaving them.the street ?prostitute believe that all men-women sexual relationships are base on commerce.the old ?religious woman believe to fate & ask from young woman to pray.? young friend of woman shave her head because of break of relationship with her candidate.? in fact all of them are victims of cruel society. ? Expand
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VinceH.Jun 20, 2003
Great film. Not Kiarostami's best though. Economical, radical & socio-human filmmaking here, with the 95 minute film taking place completely in a car with a woman crusing through the streets of Iran & her conversations with people along Great film. Not Kiarostami's best though. Economical, radical & socio-human filmmaking here, with the 95 minute film taking place completely in a car with a woman crusing through the streets of Iran & her conversations with people along the way, including her son, sister, a prostitute, etc. Definitely one of the best of the year (so far). Expand
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