I do not understand the size of Abbas Kiarostami. His critical reputation is unique: the Palme d’Or prize in Cannes in 1997, “Cherry Taste” and the Golden Lion in Venice “Will carry the wind”. And yet there are so many things to write about the movies you have made the latest work “Ten” to write; the examinations he makes make his scores better than he does.
Any review should begin with a simple explanation. “Ten” consists of 10 scenes in the front seat of a car. The driver is always the same. His passengers include his son, sister, a friend, an old woman and a prostitute.