The Kur­dish film “Zara”

The Kurdish Globe - - NEWS - H.G. Has­san

Ayanken, a film pro­duc­tion com­pany, claims that watch­ing "Zara" is like en­ter­ing "a world art­fully and ac­cu­rately de­signed, a world made of wan­der­ings, in­ter­ro­ga­tions over a min­i­mal­is­tic land­scape. A world where pain and in­her­ited suf­fer­ing may be read in the char­ac­ter's faces." It con­tin­ues to say that Zara is "a filmed protest against the walls that peo­ple build to re­pel each other." With its amaz­ing story line and beau­ti­ful photography, it's hard to dis­agree with Ayanken. "Zara" is, ad­mit­tedly, a film for an age group with a higher level of think­ing, but an en­joy­able watch for all.

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