25 September 2018 | alireza-akhlaghi84
The most important question that can be posed is how much expense of laughing, and till where can the red lines be defeated? Basically is there limit? Can we define a special red line for comedy cinema?
The anti-censorship of me does not allow to define a specific size for the seventh art. But in Iran's cinema we see a widespread censorship, so far as some films are even revoked to be released.
The key question here is how can we produce a medium sized comedy, finger in a beehive, and do not consider minority.
Is it possible to portray these church episodes in a mosque with a cleric dress?
Mutual respect in the face of the majority, as well as religious minorities, is the key to the growth and ingenuity of the artistic stream, and as this keeps the authenticity of work, laughting to others do not make at the bottom of the audience.
We laughed at the film, but whether this laugh was merely a laughing stock, or a low level space that the two ransoms characters did every thing they could do.
In general, the script does not even have the point of impact in terms of effectiveness, and the film runs a superficial trend in the struggle of characters who are not really serious about their problems.
They do not even take the pitfall that they are stuck in, and this is not really true.
Finally, after seeing the movie, we see a series of one-dimensional artificial moments whose purpose is merely laughing and under the skin's ridicule is its most undeniable aspect.