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Greater Things (2015)

Four disparate characters each attempt to escape their own existence as citizens of nowhere.

Director:

Vahid Hakimzadeh
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1 win & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Kaori Momoi
Toshinori Kondo Toshinori Kondo
Marius Zaromskis Marius Zaromskis
Nezam Ardalan
Ken Maeda Ken Maeda
Kumud Pant ... Supporting artist
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jozef Aoki ... Referee (as Yusei)
Shaun Lucas Shaun Lucas ... Spectacor
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Storyline

Four disparate characters each attempt to escape their own existence as citizens of nowhere.

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Taglines:

The purpose of life is to be defeated by greater and greater things.

Genres:

Drama

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Country:

UK | Japan | Switzerland

Release Date:

16 October 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK See more »

Company Credits

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Greater Things See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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The film image composition actually uses a rare 2:1 aspect ratio although for presentation it has been letter-boxed within a 1:1.85 aspect ratio frame. See more »

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A must watch film!
25 January 2016 | by hankbashiSee all my reviews

A groundbreaking form of narration with the sparsest of dialogues, locating people in settings where their life experience is nevertheless communicated with sparkling clarity. Greater Things is a visual feast with perfectly framed shots and deft use of lighting focusing the viewers' attention on the action with intensity. The film thus feels like a long feature, while it is in fact dense and compact in the sense that good poetics consists of only expressing the essential while omitting everything else. Renowned Japanese actress Kaori Momoi puts in another superb performance, Toshinori Kondo displays a commanding presence and extraordinary skill on the trumpet, while Marius Zaromskis dominates the screen with his energy and Nezam Ardalan pitches his lost character with great subtlety. If you want to challenge and expand your observation of the human condition or simply enjoy a thrilling aesthetic journey, this is a must watch film!


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