It Must Be So
Roger once said that art is the closest that we can come to understanding how a stranger feels and movies while an amalgum of audio tracks and visual form of martial arts disciplines, makes a very complex and sophisticated form of art. There is certainly an undeniable effect that films have in our thought process. Whenever we exit a theatre following watching a movie, we keep with the definite kind of thoughts depending upon the movie we viewed. With our responsibilities of daily life we all skip through myriads of social and emotional elements that keep us gentle. We live in a world with so much colors and different versions of human aspects yet we fail to recognize and enjoy, while busy in our responsibilities. And that is where movies really are a sweet reminder of everything we are and what we own. Let us take "Forrest Gump" for instance that portrays the innocence of a guy, considering the spirit to make something away of himself despite all the shortcomings. Or the more recent a single "Happythankyoumoreplease", which shows friendly characters, no different from the ones in our neighborhood. The characters in the reel world are no different from those in our real world plus the challenges they face are just a version of the ones we face. And movies help us understand life through different perspectives.
Actor: Samandar Rzayev, Sayavush Aslan, Shukufa Yusupova, Hadji Ismailov
Crew: Vagif Mustafayev (Director), Vagif Mustafayev (Screenplay), Alasgar Alakbarov (Director of Photography)
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