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The Silence

(1999) Not Rated 73min.
 
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Mohsen Makhmalbaf directed this Iranian-French drama set in the small town of Tadjikstan where Khorshid (Tahmineh Normatova), a blind 10-year-old, lives with his mother. Years earlier, his father went to Russia and never came back. Read More
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