Turtles Can Fly
Turtles Can Fly

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Near the Iraqi-Turkish border on the eve of an American invasion, refugee children like 13-year-old Kak (Ebrahim), gauge and await their fate.... (Full plot summary below)

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Near the Iraqi-Turkish border on the eve of an American invasion, refugee children like 13-year-old Kak (Ebrahim), gauge and await their fate.

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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.
Village Voice - 10/10 by Jessica Winter The perpetual motion only temporarily staves off a pervading, self-evident despair.
Boston Globe - 10/10 by Ty Burr relentless, bleakly funny, thoroughly remarkable drama
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.
Chicago Sun-Times - 10/10 by Roger Ebert I wish everyone who has an opinion on the war in Iraq could see Turtles Can Fly.
SPLICEDWire - 10/10 by Rob Blackwelder A tragic yet bittersweet, simple yet spellbinding slice of life's uncertainty...an unpretentious, understated tour de force of Middle Eastern cinema.
Charlotte Observer - 10/10 by Lawrence Toppman One of the most heartbreaking, unforgettable dramas in years.
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.
Spirituality and Practice - 10/10 by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat A powerful, prophetic, and utterly mesmerizing Iranian film set in 2003 Iraq about the fallout from both dictators and liberators on the torn lives of refugee children.
Christian Science Monitor - 10/10 by David Sterritt Superb acting and authentic details energize this rare Iran/Iraq coproduction.
New York Observer - 10/10 by Andrew Sarris There are limits to this approach, both as a strategy of emotional exploitation and an instrument of political analysis. It is simply too easy to weep over maimed children.
Washington Post - 9/10 by Ann Hornaday Despite its fanciful title, Turtles Can Fly leads viewers into a slough of despond, one in which not just hope is strangled but virtually any possibility for simple human kindness.

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