This is truly a story about love and compassion. This movie makes your heart go out to all children anywhere on the planet living with physical or emotional pain. As the film ends, Hashem wakes up on the shore of the and sees Mohammad lying motionless a short distance away. Father has been courting a new woman since his own wife died five years ago and he's only had the help of his own aging mother and his two young daughters to assist with Mohammed's upbringing. When the man finally does, we learn that he feels he can no longer take care of his son due to the handicap. The synergy of that sections helps make the film better as a whole, and that is certainly why This is the definite will have to-see movie.
You become fully sympathetic to the boy, cry with him, long to be loved with him. For everything this little boy appeared to need, he found ways to give real treasures to everything around him. In class, he knows the answers--but his father forbids him to continue at the school, possibly hoping to keep his existence a secret. He goes back to the blind carpenter and takes back Mohammad. Actually, it's the sounds of nature that 'function' as background score by affecting the mood. A scene, in which he breaks down in tears over his tribulations and questions God for making his dad not wanting him, is brutally heart wrenching.
His father reluctantly arrives later than everyone else. And it does not need to; its richness lies in its ability to portray basic elements of nature in their ordinary state. What made me ache the most was how desperately he was trying to live. A lot of symbols have been used masterfully and with simplicity, the outer has subtly expressed the inner and a profound truth has been depicted so artistically and heartily. He sees his son as a burden, a obstacle that prevents him from moving further in life.
The blind carpenter mentors the boy, who wants to see. I wonder how the director got child actors to deliver such sincere performances. This movie is so sweet and loving, but most of all it is honest. The acting comes across as more genuine. For the wife I have lost? The carpenter then just says that he agrees with his teacher and walks away, possibly affected by the boy's words, as he himself is blind. Want to see more work of Majid Majidi. And not only was the film complete in its' development of the main character but it seems that each and every character that appear in this film are incredibly human and can be related to.
The Persian landscape is breathtaking. I learned a new perspective from this film, the boy saw so much more than his father did. When I repeatedly passed this film at the local library, I completely ignored it because it looked rather dull and I must admit I had a prejudice against Iranian films. It turns out to be a fledgling bird that has fallen from a nest. Meanwhile, Mohammed happily roams around the beautiful hills of his village with his sisters. At the moment of her death, we are given to believe by her countenance and by a change in lighting that she sees and joins God. He really tried his best to live his life to the fullest despite all his problems.
Mohammad did not die at the end. Then the father takes his son back to his village situated in the lush, green Caspian area of Iran. In places where Hollywood counterparts would have inserted blasting soundtracks, this movie simply lets nature echo in the background. Plot shifts are there, but its major theme is subliminal to its heightened sensitivity. . I had previously seen The Children of Heaven, and had developed respect for Majid Majidi. Putlocker5movies Disclaimer: We do not host any videos on Putlocker5movies.
When the father, Hashem, arrives, he tells the school officials that he is too poor to take care of a blind boy and asks if he can be kept at the school. He touches and feels the nature around him, counting the sounds of animals, and imitating them. It was also fascinating to see how beautiful Iran is. I want to thank Majid Majidi and all casts for producing the most beautiful movie. The headmaster refuses, so Mohammad's father eventually takes him home. Quick and gentle, in love with knowledge, acutely attuned to the world around him, Mohammad loves his lessons at a school for the blind.
It breaks your heart when little Mohammad tells you how this makes him feel. The camera is totally inside the boy's sensibility. The picture was one of the best pictures and so natural. I must remind myself they were only acting. The makers of this movie prove that excellence knows no border and cannot be stifled. The Color of Paradise is a very beautiful and moving film. The lead child actor gives an excellent, heart-rending performance.
Mohammed's hope, determination and good nature will inspire you and teach you lessons about how you face your own life. And will his decision come in time to save his soul and the boy's life? Sounds like a loveable kid? He is loved at home by his grandmother and his two sisters. Certainly it is not subtle by our cynical Western standards. While crossing a rickey bridge on the way home, the bridge collapses, and Mohammad falls into the swift stream and is rapidly swept down river. Hashem begs her to say, saying he took the boy away for his own good. لكن صحوة ضمير تجعله يعود أدراجه ليصحب ابنه الغافل عما حصل معه ، ثم يرسل الوالد ابنه إلى صاحب منجرة وهو ضرير أيضا ليعلمه النجارة وبعد فترة يرجع الاباء لارجاع ابنه ولكن في طريق العودة ينكسر الجسر الخشبي فيسقط الولد والحصان. His hopes destroyed, Hashem decides to bring him back.