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'Half Moon' tracks the travails of Kurdish musicians

'Half Moon' follows a troupe of Kurdish musicians who just want a place where they can perform. "Half Moon" follows a troupe of Kurdish musicians who just want a place where they can perform. (Bahman Ghobadi)
By Ty Burr
Globe Staff / August 29, 2007

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The Kurds may not yet have a country, but as long as Bahman Ghobadi keeps making movies they have a national cinema. The Iranian-born director came to prominence with 2000's "A Time for Drunken Horses" and followed through with 2004's breathtaking "Turtles Can Fly," set in an Iraqi refugee camp on the eve of the US invasion. (Full article: 518 words)

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