The Cow (1969)

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An old villager deeply in love with his cow goes to the capital for a while. While he's there, the cow dies and now the villagers are afraid of his possible reaction to it when he returns.

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  • Ezzatolah Entezami in The Cow (1969)
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  • Ezzatolah Entezami and Ali Nassirian in The Cow (1969)
  • Ezzatolah Entezami in The Cow (1969)

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30 December 2008 | Humpty-Dumpty2
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| Interesting idea, but...
Very primitive. Villagers don't speak, they take turns, as if on cue, to SHOUT their lines at the top of their lungs, and in a pronounced Tehrani accent at that. The incessant SHOUTING gets annoying real fast.

What makes things worse is that the sound level is the same regardless of the actors' distances from the scene. Someone shouting from the top of a roof several houses away is as loud as someone standing next to you. If you don't look at the screen, you will get the feeling that all actors are standing around a single microphone and shouting into it.

This could have been a much better movie in the hands of a more experienced director and crew but as it is, I couldn't stand it. Fast-forwarded through.

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