Starring Iran’s version of Clint Eastwood, Behrooz Vosooghi, Caesar tells the story of a man who, after coming home to find that his sister has been raped, avenges her honor by going to kill the guilty parties.
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PC. The text of pleasure: from codified procedures, an intense joy of reading a thriller that is also a melodrama on a family tragicity. More than anything else, a major statement of a cinematic energy from a cinema that, by then, had this film as a rupture, strangely (or not) close to Chahine's films of the 50s, like "Dark Waters": social outsiders and realism alied to a camera and an editing as motion conception.