For starters, this is criminally under-seen and that needs to be amended—immediately. Wow, what a film.
SPOILERS (seriously, do not ruin this for yourself, watchlist it):
This is composed of so many tiny acts of faith, the strongest of which are those that buck the notions of faith itself. From a blind man reaching into darkness for a shoe at the shore, to the countless victims who suffer at the hands of brute fundamentalism, The White Meadows is a poetic film ripe with metaphor. It frees you, only to draw you back into its tales of iniquity with baited breath.
Just the premise of it’s central character, Rahmat—a man who gathers the tears and sorrows of his people—is one that…