The Most Real Lies / Anthonia Shoraka’s Review of “Hat trick”

The Most Real Lies / Anthonia Shoraka’s Review of “Hat trick”

There is an unfunny phrase that says people do not change suddenly we see them late. Reading a one line summary is not very clear at first glance that we are face with what kind of movie. But in fact it is very clear. Here we are faced with a modern urban melodrama that deals with the crisis between couples from the middle class; Crises like not telling the true truth means telling lies, or a person who keeps a secret feel more comfortable. How come our (future) soul mate should expect to know our future program and why we shouldn’t know that telling our secrets? We should stay or go? These are simple but deep questions that are currently being addressed in communication. The film deals with “people” who “change” the change that happen suddenly. But in fact, in today’s complex relationships, we have been so ignorant of them that we do not notice changes and are now suddenly surprised. But perhaps if we look at ourselves, we will surprise, because in fact we even look at ourselves “late to late”. “Hat trick” by gathering a group top cast of Iran’s cinema today, is successful to show the different feelings of characters. When someone accuses the other for telling lie suddenly finds that he wasn’t clear. And the end it seems more fancy and it comes to the successful result. But this happens when connections are disconnected.

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