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Old 09-30-04, 11:49 AM
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Abbas Kiarostami's TEN (11/2 release)

Abbas Kiarostami's film TEN is slated for release on the second of November and the disc will also include the docu: "10 on Ten: A 'Master Class'"


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Thank you for the info, i got to see The wind will carry us just the other day and loved it.

looking forward to this one.
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I personally can't wait to see the docu, even though my friend who was just at Toronto IFF, said that the general audience reaction was pretty negative.
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if TLA is indeed releasing this I would be very careful....

Good news for those that are not region-free.

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Zeitgeist is releasing it.
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Originally posted by Giles
I personally can't wait to see the docu, even though my friend who was just at Toronto IFF, said that the general audience reaction was pretty negative.
I saw it at TIFF. It's probably my least favourite Kiarostami, even more austere than Taste Of Cherry.
FWIW, I absolutely adored Wind, Olive Trees, Life Goes On and Close-Up. I might give this one a rental though, I wouldn't mind checking out the docu.
Does anyone know what the status of Africa ABC on DVD is?

edit: I didn't see the doc at this years TIFF, I saw 10 the movie at TIFF 2 years ago.
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Does anyone know what the status of Africa ABC on DVD is?
mk2 is releasing it in France sometime next year. New Yorker apparently plans to do the same in the U.S. mk2 will also be releasing Five at some point in 2005.
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Well, it's about damn time is all I can say. I love this movie, and it's really frustrating whenever I tell people about a great movie that can't see.
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Originally posted by Dan Average
Zeitgeist is releasing it.
... and my comment is more than valid then .

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