Killing Mad Dogs (2001)

  |  Drama, Mystery, Thriller


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While the post-revolution frenzy is at its peak in Iran, a woman attempts to help her secretive husband out of jail by settling his debts for him on her own.


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25 February 2004 | romdal
4
| Don't trust the rating
Warning: this is a good example of why a movie needs many votes to be on the IMDB top-250. It has a quite engaging story of a woman on a crusade to save her imprisoned husband, but is horribly overplayed and clumsily directed. Every character in every seen acts as insistingly as if it was a matter of life and death, which gets tiresome within the first scene. Only the main character has some natural talent and earns our sympathy as the plot unfolds. The cinematography is often ridiculously dramatic, the music likewise. The movie is betacam and has the overall look of a cheap Asian TV-production. Are you interested in learning more about the famous Iranian cinema, don't start here! What a disappointment.

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Genres

Drama | Mystery | Thriller

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Release Date:

16 December 2001

Language

Persian


Country of Origin

Iran, France

Filming Locations

Tehran, Iran

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