فيلمهاي قديمي ايراني


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Red Wine
by Red Wine
26-Feb-2008
 

امشب بلاگ مسيو كديور رو ميخوندم,كه يك دفعه بوسيله حرفاش ياد سينماي قبل از انقلاب افتادم.

من همچين طرفدار فيلماي خارجكي نيستم.خيلي خيلي كم شده كه فيلم ديده باشم كه بر وفق مرادم باشه.اهل گلامور باربارا استرايسندي و پاريس هيلتوني هم نيستم.از علم سينما و نقد و انتقادش هم بيخبرم.

ولي تا دلتون بخواد,فيلم ايروني زياد ديدم.

از فيلماي جديد كه نميشه اصلا حرف زد!!!نود درصد بي محتوا, صد من يه غاز,بي سر و ته, سوژههاي تكراري و يا دزدي و ...

ميمانند فقط يه كسايي مثل كيارستمي ,قبادي,بيضايي,پناهي,مخملباف كه فيلماشون ارزش ديدن داره.اينها هم يا قيچي اخوندا پشت سرشونه و فيلم نميسازند و يا انقدرتماشاچي داخلي از دست دادند كه براشون صرف نميكنه فيلم بسازند.

با اين حال فيلماي قبل از انقلاب هنوز لطفشون رو خدا وكيلي از دست ندادند.حالا نميگم كه همشون قشنگ بودند يا پر معني,ولي خدايي كي بدش مياد,از اون جاهل هاي كلاه مخملي,از اون داد و بيدادها,عرق خوردنا,رقصهاي جميله,صداي ايرج و عهديه,از ناصر خان,اق بهروز و داش فردين,اذر شيوا,مري اپيك,گوگوش و نوش افرين,واي واي...فروزان با اون چشماش,پوري بنايي با اون لباش و...؟

خير سرمون,اومديم انقلاب كرديم كه پيشرفت كنيم و در همه چيز موفق باشيم انجور كه دلمون ميخواد.

ولي حالا بيا ببين كه چقدر بد بخت شديم و چقدر در جا داريم ميزنيم...چي بوديم و چي شديم.


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by Iva (not verified) on

I have "watched" many post Arab invasion of Iran movies too and I can tell you that just about everyone of them can be "viewed" with eyes closed as if they were radio shows. Very seldom they are visiually interesting, there is a very little action if any, no touching between "palyers", and non-existance special affects. Of course, there are cases that film makers have not cared about physical laws, local customs, etc.

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There's no "shame" in enjoying movies ,فيلمهاي قديمي ايراني

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I'm a natural born film

by Kamangir on

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Bide Majnoon---Director: Majid Majidi and casting (Parviz Parastooi)

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both are alike though post is a bit deeper!

by moviebaz (not verified) on

May be it is a matter of taste. But you can not say the pre-revolution movies were 'better' than the post revs, generally speaking.

They were shallower in terms of artistic, sociological an philosophic themes. They were more superficial, with few great exceptions of course, but on the other hand they were more hillarious or better said : alakikhosh.

The post rev movies are not that good either, even though they can express more deep meanings yet they are still censored and many of them are 'gloomy'.
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