The Color of Paradise [DVD] [1999]
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Overview

Special Features

  • Digitally mastered audio and anamorphic video
  • Widescreen presentation
  • Audio: Farsi [mono]
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Theatrical trailers
  • Talent files
  • Interactive menus
  • Scene selections

Synopsis

The Color of Paradise
Director Majid Majidi, whose Bacheha-Ye Aseman/Children Of Heaven was the first Iranian film to be nominated for an American Academy Award, returns with another compassionate story of children in need. Mohammad (Moshen Ramezani) is a student at a special school for blind children in Tehran; when summer break rolls around, Mohammad is the last student to be picked up by his family. His mother is dead, and his father (Hossein Mahjub), who earns a meagre wage working in a charcoal producing plant, sometimes considers abandoning the boy. However, father does eventually arrive, and Mohammad spends the summer with his sisters and grandmother at a farm surrounding by dazzling fields of wild flowers. The summer in the country is a joyous experience for Mohammad, until he discovers his father is giving thoughts to re-marrying, and considers his handicapped son to be a stumbling block in his future matrimonial plans. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Mohsen Ramezani - Mohammad
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    Hossein Mahjoob - Father
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    Salime Feizi - Grandma
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    Elham Sharifi - LIttle Sister
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    Farahnaz Safari - Big Sister
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