Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Times & Winds



Three young adolescents, having subconsciously recognized some of the ugly contracts that have bound their families, village and society together, keep their lives meaningful by escaping to each other, nature and work. The rhythmic experience of time, behavior and place gradually make this meditative story so rich and resonant and feeling that all its ambivalence, all of the ways that the photography renders the ugly world beautiful and all the complex and tragic characters feel rewarding and resonant.

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