Silky Waves of Friend's Sea

Silky Waves of Friend's Sea

Silky Waves of Friend's Sea is a movie starring Alexandra Mogos, Mohammad Taravati, and Ashkan Sheshbolooki. This film encompasses a desire to share a realistic, yet simultaneously metaphorical, story that allows us to discuss the...

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Running Time
1 hours 34 minutes
Ashkan Sheshbolooki, Alexandra Mogos, Mohammad Taravati, Hassan Ameli
Amir Hossein Kaveh
Vincenzo Lauria, Amir Hossein Kaveh
Italy, Iran
Other Titles
Le Onde Tenui del Mare Amico
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about drama «Silky Waves of Friend's Sea» (17)

Benjamin R. avatar
Benjamin R.

This film encompasses a desire to share a realistic, yet simultaneously metaphorical, story that allows us to discuss the relationship between the individual and cultural identity in a world where identity formation has become increasingly complex. With this intention, the film also portrays the multi-ethnic suburbs of Rome in present-day Italy, often regarded as the 'land of immigration,' due to its high population of immigrant residents. True events and stories regarding western immigration have driven us to address this issue in a dramatic, yet ironic, manner. The gradual acceptance of the need to allow asylum to 'political refugees' by the West, has also been accompanied by an increase in the demonization of all who wish to enter the West with hopes of improving their quality of life. Those who, nowadays, are labeled as 'bogus refugees' or 'illegal immigrants,' have not only become the target for short-sighted policies on immigration, but also, victims of deceitful human traffickers. Policies regulating immigration in the West, often based on points systems that evaluate the 'desirability' or 'usefulness' of those requesting transfer, are generally function only for the profit of the host country while these requirements may be entirely ignored for many immigrants whose countries of origin don't qualify as high-risk zones. The film, inspired by true events, allows us to address this delicate issue in a dramatic, yet humorous way.

Ann avatar

Great fast film. We loved it. Hassan Ameli never disappoints.

Lauren avatar

Love the movie. Feel like it could of been longer , but it was a good movie

Harold M. avatar
Harold M.

Every genre has the potential to be 'done well'... and this film meets those expectations.

Juan B. avatar
Juan B.

Go See this Amazing Movie in all respects! I recommend this film to the highest degree and it’s a must see!

Christine C. avatar
Christine C.

I need this movie win an Oscar because they deserve it a lot, and because I want everyone watch the perfect and awesome these movies are.

Tammy A. avatar
Tammy A.

Excellent movie. Glad I watched it. A few errors in the screenplay but easily overlooked.

Hannah W. avatar
Hannah W.

Love the movie. Worth the time to watch.

Harold B. avatar
Harold B.

had no idea what to expect but i loved it.

Jose Mendoza avatar
Jose Mendoza

One minute I thought I knew what was going to be the outcome... then it switches. it has a very creative plot I could see developing.

Emma L. avatar
Emma L.

If I would have know it was Mohammad Taravati i would not have watched it but it was a good movie. He played a good part.