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Taste of Cherry makes you taste the purest form of cinema. One of the best films which utilize the limitations of filmmaking from a minimalist standpoint.
The film is about finding a tiny bit of reason/hope/excuse to live in a life full of suffering that may be as small as a mulberry. All characters here don't have a perfectly ideal life, however, their outlook seems to vary. There's a beautiful shot towards the end where one can either spot a…
Peter Yates's masterpiece captures the melancholy of crime world like no other.A nihilistic world full of betrayals where no one can be a friend and there's no path for escape or salvation.
Despite the film's cynical tone hinting how the lead character's gonna end up,you still root for him and this is where the excellent casting choice of the legendary Robert Mitchum comes into play.This is a film where you can't spot a single bad performance,everyone gets into the skin…