Never Rarely Sometimes Always
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Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Never Rarely Sometimes Always as it looked like it all, the jury of the 70th Berlinale chaired by Jeremy Irons Never Rarely Sometimes Always took a decision this Saturday that, rather than awarding a film, is steeped in the most strange idea of ​​commitment to human rights. The Golden Bear for There is no evil (a film that addresses the death penalty in Iran from the point of view of the executioners) is full of good or opportunistic intentions. And defective or directly bad cinema.

There had been a lot of talk these days about the baldness that Irons drags, after having stayed behind with Me Too or homosexual marriage. So with this award the British actor tries to whitewash his costume. And several birds are killed with one stone: its director, Mohammad Rasoulof, spent a year in jail and they do not let him leave the country, like his colleague of misadventures Jafar Panahi, the one who wins a jackpot whenever one of his films travels (also without him, although it is elusive) towards any class A festival, to the point that we will have to think about instituting the Panahi award when there is work by him or by his rock.

Duration: 101 min


IMDb: 7.3