A visually stunning masterpiece from Iran's most critically acclaimed director, The Wind Will Carry Us follows a group of engineers' intrusion into a remote Kurdish village to document the mourning ritual practiced by its local inhabitants. Awaiting the death of an old woman, they are continually frustrated by poor mobile phone reception and the refusal of their subject to die. As the chief engineer spends more time in the village, the vitality of its people is revealed and he begins to open his perception to the glory of creation and the human obligation to notice it. Kiarostami's filmmaking is akin to poetry - full of humour and beautiful visuals, The Wind Will Carry Us is a film that retains its effect after countless viewings.
* Stills Gallery
* Original Theatrical Trailer