Sunday, March 25, 2012

Things We Don't Know

There is one thing I know: I want to see "There Are Things You Don't Know".
You don't need to read the plot story, just by looking at the cast name you know it's a must-watch. Because Leila Hatami and Ali Mosafa don't play in disappointing films.

Ali is a taxi driver, but despite most taxi drivers he's not talkative or sociable. Completely the opposite, he's cold, indifferent, unemotional and quiet. Most of the film takes place in his taxi and the view to the outside world from his windshields. He's different because he's intellectual but prefers to spend his life away from the hustle and bustle of the every-day world.

Sima is a woman who was in love with Ali in the past, finds him again and tries to make the ashes of love catch fire again for him, but she is not successful. Ali is still remote, cold and distant. The more and more Sima gets close, the far and far Ali moves.

But another woman arrives and changes eveything. She's mysterious, and little by little changes Ali's quiet world and melts his ice by her warmth.

After the film Sa'adat Abad, this is the second film which is for sure wonderful to see, of course needless to mention a Separation. Sure I want to watch it in Azadi Cinema.

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