Turtles Can Fly
Turtles Can Fly

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On the Kurdish refugee camp on the Iraqi-Turkish border, the boy Satellite is the leader of the kids. He commands them to clear and collect American undetonated minefields in the fields to sell them in the street market and he installs antennae for the villagers. He goes with the local leader to buy a parabolic antenna to learn the news about the eminent American invasion but nobody speaks English and Satellite that knows a couple of words is assigned to translate the Fox New... (Full plot summary below)

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On the Kurdish refugee camp on the Iraqi-Turkish border, the boy Satellite is the leader of the kids. He commands them to clear and collect American undetonated minefields in the fields to sell them in the street market and he installs antennae for the villagers. He goes with the local leader to buy a parabolic antenna to learn the news about the eminent American invasion but nobody speaks English and Satellite that knows a couple of words is assigned to translate the Fox News. When the orphans Agrin and her armless brother Hengov and the blind toddler Riga come from Halabcheh to the camp, Satellite falls in an unrequited love for Egrin. But the girl is traumatized by a cruel raid in her home, when her parents were murdered and she was raped. She wants to leave Riga behind and travel with her brother Hengov to another place, but he does not agree with her intention.

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Charlotte Observer - 10/10 by Lawrence Toppman One of the most heartbreaking, unforgettable dramas in years.
Charlotte Observer - 10/10 by Lawrence Toppman One of the most heartbreaking, unforgettable dramas in years.
Boston Globe - 10/10 by Ty Burr Ghobadi shows us a world where a village pond can hold both rare goldfish and unforgivable evil, and where every step is onto booby-trapped terrain.
Washington Post - 10/10 by Michael O'Sullivan It's a soaring achievement, without ever leaving the ground.
Chicago Sun-Times - 10/10 by Roger Ebert It is about the actual lives of refugees, who lack the luxury of opinions because they are preoccupied with staying alive in a world that has no place for them.
The New Republic - 10/10 by Stanley Kauffmann Turtles Can Fly, is masterly: it courses before us with grace, a control that paradoxically bespeaks love and anger.
Christian Science Monitor - 10/10 by David Sterritt Superb acting and authentic details energize this rare Iran/Iraq coproduction.
New York Post - 10/10 by V.A. Musetto This isn't a war movie. Rather, it's a powerful, heart-tugging portrait of the innocent victims of conflict.
Orlando Weekly - 10/10 by Lindy T. Shepherd ... painful, despair-filled film.
Uruguay Total - 10/10 by Enrique Buchichio Una película conmovedora, sugestiva y poética, donde gran parte de la convicción proviene de sus increíbles actores no profesionales.
Salon.com - 9/10 by Andrew O'Hehir Although Turtles Can Fly is a lyrical, often lovely film with touches of humor, it's also a remorseless tragedy that doesn't offer its child protagonists any false redemption.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 9/10 by Steven Rea Offers a sometimes lyrical, sometimes gut-turning portrait of war seen through the eyes of children.

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