CAFÉ SETAREH (Saman Moghadam, 2005)

Written elegantly by Peyman Moaadi and directed brilliantly by Saman Moghadam, Café Setareh haunts through various means, including Amir Tavasoli’s minimalist score, a distillation of exquisite sadness. There is also the darkness that enrobes the characters, which startlingly “comes to life” in the form of the black scarf that one of them wears. (The title, […]