Turtles Can Fly NEW PAL Arthouse DVD B. Ghobadi Iraq

Turtles Can Fly NEW PAL Arthouse DVD B. Ghobadi Iraq


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*** Turtles Can Fly NEW PAL Arthouse DVD B. Ghobadi Iraq ***
Brand new, official studio-released DVD of this great film, imported from Australia ( Lakposhtha hâm parvaz mikonand ) ( Les Tortues volent aussi )
This is a PAL, Region 4 DVD.
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Original Title: Lakposhtha hâm parvaz mikonand
Alternate Title: Les Tortues volent aussi
Screened, competed or awarded at:Berlin International Film Festival
Rotterdam International Film Festival
San Sebastian International Film Festival
Other Film Festival Awards

Language Selections:English ( Subtitles )
Turkish ( Dolby Digital 2.0 )

Product Origin/Format:Australia ( PAL/Region 4 )

Running Time:94 min

Aspect Ratio:Anamorphic Widescreen (1.85:1)

Special Features:Anamorphic Widescreen
Interactive Menu
Photo Gallery
Scene Access

Movie filmed in 2004 and produced in:Country: France ( Region: France, Benelux )
Country: Iran ( Region: Africa, Middle East )
Country: Iraq ( Region: Africa, Middle East )

Directed By:Bahman Ghobadi

Written By:Bahman Ghobadi

Actors:Soran Ebrahim ..... Satellite
Avaz Latif ..... Agrin
Saddam Hossein Feysal ..... Pashow
Hiresh Feysal Rahman ..... Hengov
Abdol Rahman Karim ..... Riga
Ajil Zibari ..... Shirkooh

Synopsis:Near the Iraqi-Turkish border on the eve of an American invasion, refugee children like 13-year-old Kak (Ebrahim), gauge and await their fate.

Turtles Can Fly, written and directed by Bahman Ghobadi (Marooned in Iraq, A Time for Drunken Horses) takes place in the days leading up to America's second war against Iraq, in a small village and refugee camp on the border of Iraq and Turkey. Soran Ebrahim stars as Satellite, a boy nicknamed for his obsession with technology. Satellite is also obsessed with the United States, and sprinkles bits of English throughout his speech. His strong personality and his resourcefulness have made him a leader among the younger children in the village. He even convinces the village elders to trade in their radios and purchase a satellite dish so they can watch news broadcasts on the upcoming war. Tension mounts as the village waits to hear when the U.S. will invade. For his part, Satellite finds himself smitten with an orphan girl, Agrin (Avaz Latif), who wanders into the refugee camp with her armless older brother, Henkov (Hirsh Feyssal), and a little boy who is nearly blind. Henkov earns a meager living clearing minefields, like Satellite, so Satellite sees him, at first, as a rival. But his earnest desire to help Agrin eventually extends to her family. Satellite and his friends find moments of joy amid the chaos and destruction, but Agrin seems haunted by past events too painful to reconcile, and her brother Henkov derives no pleasure from his seeming ability to predict the future. Turtles Can Fly was shown by the Film Society of Lincoln Center in 2005 as a part of the Film Comment Selects series.

Follows several orphaned Kurdish children in a refugee camp on the Iraq-Turkish border just prior to the US-led coalition attack of Iraq.
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