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August 16, 2011 0 By melakatour

August 12, 2011 during 2:00 pm

It is that time again for fans of general films to keep a date or dual giveaway in their appointment books, for The Actor’s Studio will be screening dual classical films come 15th and 16th Aug 2011. The screening of these cinema will be hold during a Indicine entertainment located during Level 2, Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre during Sentul Park. The cinema that have been comparison for observation are as below:

The Hunter (2010) (Showing on Monday, 15th Aug 2011 during 8.30 pm)
Running time: Approximately 88 minutes
Iran/Germany film, Colour
Directed by Rafi Pitts
The Hunter, a thriller starring writer/director Rafi Pitts tells a story of an ex jailbird, Ali. Recently expelled from prison, Ali is forced to take on a squalid paid pursuit as a night change certainty guard, that robs him of peculiarity time spent with his mom and daughter. After finding that they were incidentally killed in a sharpened during a domestic demonstration, Ali exacts his punish by sharpened during a pointless military automobile that was flitting by. He finds himself being followed by dual policemen and escapes into a woods. The 3 group shortly find themselves mislaid in a woods, and Ali contingency now find a proceed to shun this relentless manhunt in sequence to survive. The film perceived a good brew of reviews, with some claiming that a minimalistic dialog proceed creation a film rather dull, while others felt that Pitts have managed to strike a slow note among a assembly with this movie. The film was co-produced by Iran and Germany and is loosely formed on events that happened during a 2008 supervision protests in Tehran.

The Hunter (2010)

The Hunter (2010)

The White Balloon (1995) (Showing on Tuesday, 16th Aug 2011 during 8.30 pm)
Running Time: Approximately 81 minutes
Iran film, Colour
Directed by Jafar Panahi
It is a eve of a Iranian New Year, and shortly all a shops in a marketplace will tighten for a holidays. We see a small lady and her mom hurrying by a marketplace place, perplexing to get all a required selling finished before shutting time. A fat goldfish with elaborate fins catches Razieh, a seven-year-old’s eye and she immediately has her heart set on shopping that fish. She desperately pleads with her mother, adult to a indicate of whinging to buy a fish. Her mom refuses, observant that a income is improved off spent shopping necessities, and even her hermit sneers during her, observant that with that kind of money, he could go for cinema twice.

Ultimately, Razieh’s diligence wins and with a assistance of her hermit Ali, (whom she had betrothed to cheat him with a white balloon), they conduct to a marketplace to buy a fish with a 500-toman banknote in her hands. In a marketplace, she gets side-tracked by dual lizard charmers who tries to criminal her out of her money. She drops a income in a attic abrade and is dynamic to collect a money. Here we see a accumulation of characters who offers to assistance her – a shopkeeper that does not wish to be bothered, an aged lady who helps Razieh retrace her stairs to where a note fell, a immature infantryman who tells lies to benefit a girl’s certainty and a balloon seller who helps her collect a money.

The White Balloon is an enchanting story that does not need to rest heavily on a tract to succeed, simply since a actress, Aida Mohammadkhani, is such an endearing character. We see a story reveal by a eyes of a seven-year-old, where her views of a chairman are taken during face value. The story has won countless awards in general film fairs including a Prix de la Camera d’Or during a 1995 Cannes Film Festival and was listed as one of a 50 best family films of all time by The Guardian. The film will be screened in Persian with English subtitles.

The White Balloon (1995)

The White Balloon (1995)

All tickets for examination a cinema can be purchased by donation. For some-more information, record on to The Actors Studio’s website or call 03 2142 2009 / 2143 2009 for The Actors Studio @ Lot 10 or 03 4047 9000 for klpac @ Sentul Park.

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