domingo, 20 de abril de 2014

Cinema: Golden Tulip for "Blindness"

Chaired by Iranian Director Asghar Farhadi, the jury awarded the Golden Tulip to Norwegian Director Eskil Vogt, the movie "Blindness".

"Blindness" revolves around a woman who became blind and the process of rebuilding their life.

It is the first feature film by Director. "At the beginning we only had the idea that blindness would be a theme exciting you could do any number of things in the movie. We can play, was almost an idea to play and of course I met people who have lost their vision. I did a lot of research and, of course, the human tragedy was also part of the story, "said Eskil Vogt.

Best Turkish film in competition, the film "I'm not him", from PirselimoÄŸlu, was also awarded Tayfun.

The film deals with the story of a middle-aged man who meets a woman, whose husband is in prison. Gradually, the man begins to assume the identity of the husband prisoner.

The film also won the awards for best music and adaptation.

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