4 Movies With Pop Root Worth Watching

Grandfather Aziz, 2005

Grandfather Aziz, 2005

Switzerland Worth Films, Hungary, France, Germany, Iran, Tunisia, UK

It would be unfair to call Grandfather Aziz just a movie; it’s a poem, a philosophical parable. However, Imagine a desert and two people lost in its loose sands. Ishtar is a cheerful little girl, and her grandfather, Bab Aziz, is a blind dervish. Their goal is the great dervish reunion that happens every thirty years. And so they wander through the desert in search of the dervishes, in search of truth and themselves.

White Ribbon, 2009

White Ribbon, 2009

Germany, France, Italy, Austria

Director Michael Haneke originally shot White Ribbon in color, and then transferred it to black and white. The events in the Worth Films unfold on the eve of the First World War, about ten years before the “beer putsch”. Strange and frightening events begin to occur in one manner, which sows panic and suspicion because the culprit does not give himself away in any way. In fact, the answer lies on the surface, and you will see it. The director focuses on something else.

The relationships between people, the family patterns, the physical and psychological violence. The anger between people will affect the children, who in ten years’ time will have a coup. And in another ten years, we will go after the dreaded dictator of the 20th century. Since The White Ribbon was awarded the Palme d’Or at Cannes and is considered one of Haneke’s best films. Along with “The Pianist” and “Love.”

Milk of Sorrow, 2009

Milk of Sorrow, 2009

Spain, Peru

“Milk of Sorrow,” a 2009 drama film by Peruvian director Claudia Llosa, won the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. The Peruvian protagonist, Fausta, is the child of violence perpetrated by soldiers on her mother. However, With her breast milk, she absorbed all the grief her mother endured and the fear. This fear, over the years, has made her unsociable. Fausta is afraid to talk to people around her or to go out alone in the street because she might be raped. The turning point for the girl is the death of her mother, who leaves her one “medicine” to cope with grief by singing.

Honey, 2010

Honey, 2010

Turkey, Germany, France

Another winner of the Berlin Bear, but this time in 2010. Although “Honey” is one of three films about the life and formation of the poet Yusuf. Because, And just in this final part, it tells the story of the main character’s childhood as he wanders through the forests in an effort to understand the life of his beekeeper father. The dynamics of the film, like honey, linger. There are no empty and verbose dialogues, nor is there any music. All the soundtrack is the sounds of the forest. If you wonder what the life of the main character will be like, check it out. The other two films in the trilogy are “The Egg” and “Milk.”

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