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    The tributes from his peers shows the stature of this great artist.


    Hollywood legend Martin Scorsese praised his "extraordinary body of work".

    "He was a true gentleman, and, truly, one of our great artists," Scorsese told The Hollywood Reporter.

    Kiarostami's poetic parables of ordinary lives won him international acclaim, with French director Jean-Luc Godard once declaring that "film begins with D.W. Griffith and ends with Abbas Kiarostami."

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    tonight in tehran in front of house of cinema.
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    هر كی كه رفته دستش از دنیا كوتاست، روح همه اموات شاد،ولی كیا رستمی كپی كار خوبی بود، خدا حفظ كنه امیر نادری رو كه هرچی كیارستمی داره ازونه ولی خودش فراموش شدست ‏
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadersan View Post
    Anyone remember this story from one of his movies ? Man goes to doctor and saying : Doc , I feel pain all over my body , wherever I feel it with my finger it aces , Doc told him there is nothing wrong with your body , it's your finger who doesn't feel well .
    بله جانم
    وقتی پیره مرده تو فیلم طعم گیلاس برای یارو که میخواد خودکشی کنه این جوک رو تعریف میکنه
    و بعد ادامه میده این فکر تو است که مشکل داره

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    It looks like his death could have been averted:

    http://fararu.com/fa/news/280085/%D9...AA%D9%85%DB%8C

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    Kiarostami joins Hitchcock, Fellini, Kubrick, Bergman, Kurosawa and Ozu in the pantheon of mythic film makers of the sky. We've still got Godard, Malik and Herzog though. But Kiarostami created genres, he was well and truly the successor of Kurosawa.
    If the rumours that his unexpected death was preventable are true, then how sad. I hope the people involved are investigated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Strangemoosh View Post
    Kiarostami joins Hitchcock, Fellini, Kubrick, Bergman, Kurosawa and Ozu in the pantheon of mythic film makers of the sky. We've still got Godard, Malik and Herzog though. But Kiarostami created genres, he was well and truly the successor of Kurosawa.
    If the rumours that his unexpected death was preventable are true, then how sad. I hope the people involved are investigated.
    and too bad he gets the amount of recognition he's deserved only after he's dead! Typical!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zob Ahan View Post
    It looks like his death could have been averted:

    http://fararu.com/fa/news/280085/%D9...AA%D9%85%DB%8C
    yeah i lack the expertise. but it kind of sounds like a typical case of staff infection.
    but people are just putting out too many conflicting stories.
    “It is better to be roughly right than precisely wrong”


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    Thanks Zob, where and when has this taken place ?


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    this hilltop pathway was the location of one of the most memorable sequences
    in the history of iranian and perhaps world cinema.that was in "where is my friend's house".


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    But he has been completely swept under the rug in IR. In that cinema museum there is NOTHING about him apart from a tiny photo in the montage of a thousand iranian directors and actors (you have to spot him as he is 1/1000th the size of Parastui and almost blocked by everyone else).

    Both the manner of his death and his remembrance are hidden from sight, like so much else in this sad country.

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    een ke mord hala too zendehaa kiro daaran ?
    holiness is in the right action not in god .

 

 
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