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Ratings & Reviews

  1. between7skies's rating of the film 37 Uses for a Dead Sheep

    Insightful portrait of a people with an empathic gaze mixed with tender humour.

  2. Cid Medeiros's rating of the film 37 Uses for a Dead Sheep

    Food, words, clothing, voices, a particular perspective on the world embedded in the stories of a people struggling through the planetary process of changing imposed by the two dominant political ideologies of the 20th century.

  3. Elfsoap's rating of the film 37 Uses for a Dead Sheep

    Sursprisingly entertaining and personal story of a nomadic people in the shadow of the USSR that I never would've known about otherwise. Also, life giving yoghurt.

  4. mabsut's rating of the film 37 Uses for a Dead Sheep

    The modern history of the Pamir Khirghiz, a semi nomadic tribe through Riussia, China, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and finally Turkey in an effort to survive and maintain their traditional ways is remarkable. Yaks, yurts, and yoghurt.

  5. matteo carini's rating of the film 37 Uses for a Dead Sheep

    an amazing people to tell stories about. ends with the sorrow for relentless modernization and globalization but with the melancholic happines due to the simple fact that such a people existed. spontaneous, warm.

  6. Maya Patricia Garzae's rating of the film 37 Uses for a Dead Sheep

  7. Beatrice's rating of the film 37 Uses for a Dead Sheep

    A vivid and touching documentary, complete with comic asides and fabricated vintage footage. You may not have known about the Pamir Kirghiz before watching this, but their epic will stay with you. 'And of course, when you see a person for the second time, you behave as a friend to them'.

  8. Fatima <3's rating of the film 37 Uses for a Dead Sheep

    I understood some of the things he said because I'm from Afghanistan, specially when he was explaining the foods. Very informative and interesting.