Not that I ever felt the necessity of proving that all human beings suffer the same way, feel joy the same way, ... - Abbas Kiarostami Quotes
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Quote:Not that I ever felt the necessity of proving that all human beings suffer the same way, feel joy the same way, but it happened on my way - when I get close to these people, just by the simple intervention of translation I can actually reach them and ask them something, and their reaction is as I expected. I see that the relationship goes so smoothly, and I realize that cultural languages and specificities are nothing but simple obstacles that you can easily overcome. It's obvious that human beings are the same wherever they are. - Abbas Kiarostami Quotes


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