Eine moralische Entscheidung

A film by Vahid Jali­l­va­nd,  In Far­si with Ger­man sub­tit­les.

[Credits] [Ter­mi­ne] [Trai­ler]

In the tried and tes­ted tra­di­ti­on of Ira­ni­an arthouse cine­ma (think of the work of Abbas Kiaros­t­ami and Asghar Far­ha­di), direc­tor and co-wri­ter Vahid Jali­l­va­nd gra­du­al­ly con­fronts the view­er with a moral dilem­ma. It’s undoub­ted­ly about the con­trast bet­ween good and evil, but that doesn’t make it immedia­te­ly clear what the best cour­se of action is.
A usual­ly strict coro­ner finds the body of an acquain­tance in the mor­tua­ry. His col­league has alrea­dy deter­mi­ned the cau­se of death, but he has ano­t­her pos­si­ble explana­ti­on. Howe­ver, to reve­al the truth would mean beco­m­ing per­so­nal­ly invol­ved in the case. Moreo­ver, it could have unjust con­se­quen­ces for tho­se invol­ved.
Jali­l­va­nd uses a bleached colour palet­te, lea­ves ple­nty of room for his natu­ra­listi­cal­ly acting prot­ago­nists and builds the ten­si­on gra­du­al­ly with more and more new com­pli­ca­ti­ons. Best Film and Best Actor (Amir Aghaee) pri­ze­win­ner in the Oriz­zon­ti pro­gram­me at the Veni­ce Film Fes­ti­val.


Bedoo­ne tarikh, bedoo­ne emza
IR 2017, 100 Min., Far­si OmU
Regie: Vahid Jali­l­va­nd
Kame­ra: Pey­man Shad­man­far
Schnitt: Vahid Jali­l­va­nd, Sepehr Vaki­li
mit: Navid Moham­madzadeh, Amir Agha’ee, Hedi­y­eh Tehra­ni, Zaki­y­eh Beh­ba­ha­ni


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