The Kurdish film “Zara”
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.