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Willow Tree, The


Willow Tree, The by New Yorker at N Film Reviews. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Blind since childhood, Youssef has a devoted wife, loving daughter, and successful university career, but his affliction fills him with secret


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Blind since childhood, Youssef has a devoted wife, loving daughter, and successful university career, but his affliction fills him with secret torment. As if in answer to his prayers, a clinic restores his sight - a miracle that is double-edged. Although this new world of sight and color floods him with ecstasy - the breathtaking images seen through his reawakened eyes include a dazzling vista of snow-blanketed hills, a shower of molten gold sparks in a jewelry foundry, an array of lollipop lights behind a rain-speckled car window - it also plunges him into a labyrinth of confusions and temptations. A pretty student begins to eclipse his previously invisible wife; he silently watches a subway pickpocket, who fixes him with a look of withering complicity. Eager to claim the lost life he feels he is owed but unable to take the next step, Youssef is inflamed with possibility and paralyzed with egoism.

A resonant metaphor for life s second chances and a powerful parable of sight and insight, The Willow Tree s vivid imagery and emotional immediacy makes this Majid Majidi s most mature and ambitious film to date.

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- Optional English Subtitles
- Scene Selections

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Manufacturer:New Yorker
Publisher:New Yorker
Studio:New Yorker
UPC:717119104245
EAN:0717119104245
Item Weight:0.22 pounds
Item Size:5.25 x 0.5 x 0.5 inches
Package Weight:0.18 pounds
Package Size:5.42 x 0.58 x 0.58 inches

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