One woman drives through the streets of Tehran over several days. Her journey is comprised of ten conversations with various passengers, including her sister, a hitchhiking prostitute, and a jilted bride. As Kiarostami’s “dashboard cams” eavesdrop, a portrait of Iran comes into focus.
Experimenting with the possibilities of digital video for the first time, Abbas Kiarostami turns a simple premise into one of the most inventive, inspired, and acclaimed works of 21st-century cinema. As conceptually bold as it is rigorous, Ten’s minimalist design contains multitudes.
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