Considering the social and physical body as a site where architectural, [bio] political and social structures manifest and become transformed, Jesse Darling works in sculpture, installation, text and ‘dasein by design’ (the space where performance and unmediated experience meet).Recent exhibitions include: “The Shadow of the Dome of Pleasure”, Artspace, New Zealand; “Absolute Bearing”, LD50 Gallery, London; “Spirit Level” (with Takeshi Shiomitsu), AND/OR Gallery, London; “Devotions”, MOT Projects, London; They/Them, DREI, Cologne (all 2015); and “Art After the Internet”, Mo MA, Warsaw (2014).One day, the woman decides to tell the truth to him about her feelings about their relationship to her silent husband.
From the time the film opens, the gravity of the characters pull you deep into the film and are very difficult to let go of, even long after the movie ends..!!
Persian and Afghan cinema has always that 'literary' kind of capacity which broadens ones perspectives, however this one is at a whole new level.
The innocence, the earthly beauty and the strength that Farahani's character in the film demanded are so exquisitely conveyed by her.
There is a ' Halo' that surrounds Farahani's character throughout.
The metaphorical references used to convey the broader meaning of the plot are simply magical in their appeal.
The complexity of human relations and how at times they become so dependent on our social hierarchies and cultural structures, that its almost a magic to sanely come out of those.
An old couple living in the Colombian countryside has been planing a trip to sea for years in order to break the monotony of their life.
He just wants to live the routine, she wants to see the world and is not able to keep waiting.
Baran, a Kurdish independence war hero, is now sheriff in Erbil, the capital city.