Beyond the Wall

2022 [PERSIAN]

Drama

12
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 50% · 6 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 7.0/10 10 1412 1.4K

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1.09 GB
1280*690
Persian 2.0
NR
25 fps
2 hr 1 min
Seeds 8
2.24 GB
1920*1036
Persian 5.1
NR
25 fps
2 hr 1 min
Seeds 6

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by aliirezarezaie 8 / 10

Hyper-Uniform Structure, Yet Script Hiccup

At the beginning, the film has a strong and uniform structure which, unlike relying on a very limited group of actors, has a broad scope in the story, thus keeping the audience engaged. At the same time, there are issues with the direction of the work stemming from script problems. The film tries to gradually make us understand the reality of what's happening and showcases the separation between the imagination and the reality of the main character of the story, which seems very logical and avoids excessive complexity. Midway through the script, we reach a point where this separation has fully occurred for the audience, and almost the reality of the story, albeit without details, has disappeared. This becomes a problem for the script when, after this event, the director still tries to conceal the reality from the audience, showing a lack of mastery in understanding the story by the public.

Navid Mohammadzadeh's performance is very brilliant, tender, precise, and respectful of details, to the extent that in his particular emotional situation, one even forgets he is myopic. Additionally, the brilliant and impeccable interpretation of the main female role in the film cannot be easily overlooked. The subtleties and details that bring us closer to the reality of the story in the script are amazing, such as the scenes from the surveillance camera, the state of the house floor, and the room window. Despite the brutal nature of the story, watching this film will offer the audience a tender experience. Congratulations to the directing team and the talented cast of this work.

Reviewed by Eienkei 9 / 10

Brilliant!

In Vahid Jalilvand's tense and allegorical film, a blind man unexpectedly shelters a fugitive, illustrating the consequences of losing touch with our humanity.

Ali, portrayed by Navid Mohammadzadeh, contemplates suicide until a concierge informs him that a woman evading authorities may be hiding in his building. Unaware, Ali discovers Leila (Diana Habibi), a single mother separated from her son during a workers' protest.

As Leila seeks refuge in Ali's home, both become ensnared in a claustrophobic struggle for survival, revealing the depths of human connection amidst isolation.

Do yourself a favor, don't dig deeper and watch the movie instead.

Reviewed by arshiamiri 10 / 10

Just amazing... Pure emotion all around

I rarely write any review for any movie on IMDb , but this movie made me write a review for it because it was absolutely beautiful and deserved the rating that I gave for it . I have seen a lot of movies but this one was very special to me , because the acting , the directing , the cinematography , the pacing of the story , the ending and the beginning , everything made sense and I really loved it. I would definitely recommend you to watch this movie with family or friends because it would be a whole journey of thoughts and emotion for you . By the way if you didn't know this movie as the time that I'm writing this is released on legally and director and the producer won't make any money out of it which is a shame, because I would definitely love to see the work of this director and this team again and again in my life .

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