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  1. Sara-D's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

  2. Erik F.'s rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

  3. Renton47's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    Contrary to the instant implication of its predecessor, a film which denies complicity for a long time, turning that denial of gratification into the purpose of his art. A wealth of thematic and visual ideas to uphold this, and although I miss some of the purity of Friend's House I couldn't deny the way this film evolves on that film's framing is sublime. The sound of disaster rattles, anxiety-inducing.

  4. Chearth's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

  5. Bonnet Michel's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

  6. Kamran's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    88/100 - Excellent (4.5) A beautiful poem. This is the cinema as life. Review published at Aesthetics of the Mind: bit.ly/2rzI0QB

  7. FISCHER's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    Entre documentaire et fiction, une oeuvre bienvenue ! www.cinefiches.com

  8. Joel's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    Saw this film as part of of a Koker trilogy exibition, the print was quite poor and exhaustion had set in. I wanted to love this one the most but kept getting caught up trying to dissect what was occuring on screen. Hopefully this receives a proper release soon and I can give it the second chance it deserves.

  9. remora's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    "The dead are dead. The living need this precious stone." And life goes on...

  10. Mario Tomchev's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

  11. Love Walked In's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    Full stars easily with an abundance of light, trees, pure love, reunion, soundscape and charm of conspiracy.

  12. N!nA's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    Is this even called a movie?

  13. HSBilly's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    kiarostami, and nothing more....

  14. raghumenonj's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    As a personal film that touched upon hope in the midst of tragedy and desolation, it ranks as one of Kiarostami's best. The final shot was poignant while remaining quite simple. I largely preferred to ignore the metacinematic allusions, but the filmmaker is quite deft at milking effervescent pathos out of comforting banality.

  15. T. J. Mesen's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    Top Ten countdown – #7 Kiarostami seems to reinvent filmmaking as you watch; seamlessly transitioning between fictional and objective reality, between life and film. He's not condescending nor pretentious, he lets the viewer decide. The multiple framing, the rhythm, the attention to little details. All constituting a greater something—a link between the destruction and those who live after. Such love for the living.

  16. Andrew Miller's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    The photograph is shown to us as much as to the people in the film: Have you seen me?

  17. baba lola's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    I love this style of filmmaking. All the little things become very absorbing.

  18. A47's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    Post-apocolyptic action thriller. Carnage, chaos, and car chases! Will he make it to Koker? Will he find the boy? Is your house still standing? A high hill to climb.

  19. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    This is some really strong work from Abbas Kiarostami. I love the ambiguity and apocalyptic feeling of this film and, above all, Kiarostami's signature framing!

  20. syimi, une femme!'s rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    I'm loving all these koker trilogy, they always made me smile in the end.. ;)

  21. Jean-Francois Pissias's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

  22. DSPRKY's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    Another Kiarostami special. This one's got Western classical music and a crazy metacinematic universe. The more of his films I see, the less I understand them.

  23. Andrew Infante's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

  24. Algitya's rating of the film Life, and Nothing More...

    The first efficient trilogy i ever watch..

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