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Gabbeh

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  • Acteurs : Abbas Sayah, Shaghayeh Djodat, Hossein Moharami, Rogheih Moharami, Parvaneh Ghalandari
  • Réalisateurs : Abbas Sayah, Shaghayeh Djodat, Hossein Moharami, Rogheih Moharami, Parvaneh Ghalandari
  • Format : Couleur, Mono, Cinémascope, PAL
  • Audio : Arabe (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Farsi (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Sous-titres : Français
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : mk2
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 23 avril 2003
  • Durée : 75 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B00008LSR5
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Gabbeh, 1 DVD, 75 minutes

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Dans le sud-est de l'Iran, une tribu nomade, dont la spécialité est de tisser des gabbeh (tapis perses), est en voie de disparition...

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Par Un client le 2 juillet 2003
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Gabbeh ou l'evocation poetique de la vie d'une tribu nomade en Iran. Ce nom persan designe le tapis que chaque future epouse se doit de nouer avant de se marier. La jeune heroine reve d'un amour romantique mais etant la fille ainee d'une famille nombreuse, elle doit se sacrifier pour elever ses freres et soeurs. En echo a son languissement interieur, le film est ponctue par l'apparition fantasmagorique de son prince charmant sur une fougueuse monture. Les traits marques des personnages (la severite du pere, le comique du vieil homme qui reve d'une jeune epouse, le sacrifice silencieux de l'heroine) contribuent a creer l'atmosphere appropriee a ce conte poetique qui explore l'abnegation, l'amour filial et conjugual sans oublier la documentation d'un mode de vie ancestral. Un film proche de la vie naturelle bien loin de l'agitation citadine, depaysant a souhait donc. Une reussite totale.
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24 internautes sur 25 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Saturated with color 31 juillet 1999
Par bfalasiri@aol.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
Wow! The saturated color is thrilling in this naive, if somewhat obscure, movie.
Following backward through the courtship and lives of an old couple, the director presents a tale of passion and verve. The quavery voice of the old man charms as he drifts from chiding his wife at one moment to trekking happily back though time with her. His dotage is both comic and touching. She is well drawn, fulfilling her duties, with a mixture of love and chagrin.
Weaving is the allegory central to this tale, and it is used deftly at many levels: thus the character "Gabbeh". She is both the personification of the carpet which the old couple are washing, as the carpet is indeed representative of the tapestry which their life has become. The word Gabbeh also refers to the kind of course and colorful carpet woven by the Qashqa'i nomads in this story, and the girl, "Gabbeh", is also the woman as a youth. And yet for all this twining, it is a simple story of powerful longing, set in contrast to the breathtaking landscape, and to the daily acts of work and duty. In one scene, the loving and lovelorn uncle, (played by a man known not for acting, but for his talent as a real-life dyer) cries out "Life is color!" Gabbeh replies, "Love is color!"
The longing for love is universal, as is the twarting of it by convention and duty. Well worth seeing, if for no other reason than to get acquainted with a very ancient people, in a very ancient land. But the color . . . wow!
14 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Stunning! 1 septembre 2000
Par Cynthia Dummett - Publié sur Amazon.com
The Gabbeh or 'life rug' is the key to this love story set in the Iranian Steppes. The rugs look simple and have a childlike quality, and yet demand a high level of skill and awareness of every member of the nomadic tribe that makes them. No detail of a life is left out, and yet the end result is a pleasing, cohesive whole. The video, too, has a simple, childlike quality. It is subtitled 'Life is colour'. There is delight in colour for its own sake: from the simple joy of the primaries to exquisitely subtle shades and hues. Though firmly rooted in the reality of traditional nomadic life, the characters have the universality of archetypes and their story the quality of a fairy tale. The video is readily accessible to viewers of all ages, for each person will be drawn to what is relevant to them in the rich array of themes. This is an extremely well-crafted video and one that in my view would bear watching over and over again. I wore out the freeze frame and rewind buttons on my machine just to dwell on the beauty of frame after frame after frame.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 - Gasp - ! 20 avril 2001
Par darragh o'donoghue - Publié sur Amazon.com
Is it racist to insist that this is the most beautiful film I have ever seen? I say racist, because much of 'Gabbeh''s symbolic texture was obscure to me, and concentrating on aesthetics may seem to rob a film of its political force. That it is political is shown by its being banned in Iran - Makhmalbaf's hiding behind 'allegory' cannot disguise his impassioned look at poverty, the oppressiveness of tradition, and the loneliness of women. This is a film full of nature's marvel, that shows how 'nature' is too often used to justify social repression - as the teacher's lesson demonstrates, if the creation of the carpet (the gabbeh) is the equivalent of an act of nature, than those systems justified as natural (e.g. patriarchy, the family) are merely created.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A beautifully woven tale of love and compassion!!! 21 avril 2006
Par Technophobe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Iranian films are known for their simplicity and poetic beauty and Gabbeh is no different. Gabbeh is another gem by the renowned Iranian film maker Mohsen Makhmalbaf. Gabbeh is a persian rug hand woven by women of Iranian tribes. The film tells the story of one such gabbeh(rug) and the story depicted in its colorful weaves about a woman, also named Gabbeh. The film tries to show her sufferings and how she fails to unite with her lover who has been following her for years and seasons.

Gabbeh is a beautifully simple yet deceptively complex film and i would rather recommend more than one viewings to get in depth of the story and the characters. First viewing is bound to confuse the audience. Whether this girl "Gabbeh" really exists?? Or is it just a fantasy of the old man and woman washing the rug?? These are few of the questions that will be answered once you delve deeper in the breathtakingly beautiful world of Gabbeh!!

Gabbeh is a must see for any film buff looking for meaningful and great cinema. Also recommended Abbas Kiarostami's "Taste of cherry", "The wind will carry us", Majid Majidi's "Color of paradise", "Children of heaven" and Makhmalbaf's "The cyclist".
9 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful movie 8 mai 2006
Par Barbara Andrade - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I just watched this movie, and I loved it. The scenery and filming were beautiful. The subtitles were well written, and I could sense the poetry of the original Farsi, even knowing nothing of the language. This is a movie full of subtlety and metaphors--although it can be enjoyed just for the surface beauty, the story does lead one to contemplate, and I agree with the first reviewer that a second viewing is in store.

I bought this movie used, and was amused that there is a "youth restricted viewing--must be 17 or older" sticker on it. I guess that's due to the "forbidden passion" mentioned on the back of the box. However, the passion of this story is of the fairy-tale or old-fashioned kind; there is absolutely no sex, nudity, or anything offensive of any sort!

I would recommend this movie for anyone who loves a magical story. Don't be put off by the subtitles--they're simple and sparse, and well-written.
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