Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Nati Baratz

Unmistaken Child (2008), by Nati Baratz, beautifully observes character by watching faces, particularly those of Tibetan Buddhist monk Tenzin Zopa (top) and the child he has sought out as the reincarnation of his now-dead master. Just enough facts and exposition allows the story to be told visually, and every moment of the film holds one's interest.
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