A girl walks home alone at night

A girl walks home alone at night

DVD - 2015 | Persian
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The first Iranian Vampire Western ever made. A joyful mash up of genre, archetype, and iconography, its prolific influences span spaghetti westerns, graphic novels, horror films and the Iranian New Wave.
Publisher: [United States] : Kino Lorber, [2015]
Copyright Date: © 2015
Branch Call Number: DVD PERSIAN GIRL 1DISC
Characteristics: video file,DVD video,region 1
widescreen (2.35:1)
1 videodisc (100 min.) : sound, black & white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (3 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm)


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Dec 23, 2017

Fun for the whole family

Nov 18, 2017

beautifully shot, with charismatic performances, and a great soundtrack!

Sep 26, 2017

Give it a generous 4 star rating for its originality being an Iranian Vampire Western combo. The film maker found Taft near Bakersfield for film location; the city web site banner is -- Taft, CA: Oil-The Life of Taft. You know it is good when you can follow most of the story with captions turned off, thanks to the simple script, exotic sound track music and beautiful B&W camera work. Watch end credit music video "Yarom Bia", Come My Sweetheart in "Videos."

Jul 07, 2017

a beautiful movie... about nothing.

May 25, 2017

Overhyped- boring hipster film- quite amateurish actually-you should avoid this film like the plague. It just goes to show how much true artistry went into " Eraserhead "- a film the director is lamely and unsuccessfully trying to evoke in this lamefest.
If you want to watch an artful Iranian film watch something by the great Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami ( Taste of Cherry, Like Someone in Love, Certified Copy etc. ).

Dec 18, 2016

Really poor effort- dull, plodding, and laughable in the extreme. Consider yourself forewarned as there are those reviewing this flic that have an axe to grind- there's no other reason for such an awful film to receive praise of any kind.

AL_MARINA Oct 17, 2016

A dreamlike film that is a visual and auditory delight. It looks like film noir, sounds like an Iranian homage to the spaghetti western, and features one of the most unique portrayals of vampires I have seen since "Let The Right One In."

Oct 01, 2016

Shot in B/W, this Iranian-language film tells a vampire story with a twist. It is a low-budget film, and there is little action. Often you look at a scene with not much happening. However, this is an arthouse piece, and lovers of this kind of films will find it very enjoyable. Subtitles.

JCLMelodyMK Sep 22, 2016

"A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night" is called the first Iranian Vampire Western. It is very different, and no it's not an action movie. When I watched it the combination of black and white filming and the the minimal dialogue held me to the screen wondering what would happen next. I also thought the music used to accompany the scenes was well done and maybe even a little Hitchcock like. I liked it.

Aug 02, 2016

The love scene in this film is stuck in my head. Fast music and slow movement, shapes and shadows shifting in black and white, love, death, desire, hunger, mix and mingle... watch it!!!

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Sep 26, 2017

End credit song, Kiosk- Ay Yarom Bia, a Tajik classic :

āy yārom biā // come my dear
deldārom biā // come my sweetheart
del mayle to dāre // my heart desires you
sezāvārom biā // come my worth
delbar jānome // my heart's soulmate
māhe tābānome // my shining moon
be pishe man // next to me
biā biā // come come
az Badakhshānome // from Badakhshan
ārume jānome // the peace of my soul
be pishe man // next to me
biā biā // come come

Sep 26, 2017

Dearest ladies with families... you care for your households, you care for your children, your husbands. And your husband brings home the money. Congratulations. But be prepared. One day, everything changes. Your husband leaves you, finds himself a new wife. A different woman, a younger woman. Or perhaps. Your husband has a stroke and dies. These things happen.
Come on, how old are you?
- Thirty.
Thirty. You're getting old.
Don't count the things you've lost. Let's count what's still left.
And nothing ever changes. Idiots and rich people are the only ones who think things can change.
Where are we?
-Bad City.
Bad City? I live in Bad City. This doesn't look like Bad City. Does it? It's not familiar.
If there was a storm coming right now, a big storm, from behind those mountains, would it matter? Would it change anything?
Look, your father is a normal man. Gambler, enjoys women. Takes medicine for his pain. You see? Completely normal. All right?


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