After a career of bringing images to life, Kiarostami bids farewell with a mesmerizing vision of nature in 24 frames. From the first frame of Bruegel’s painting, “The Hunters in the Snow,” to the director’s photographs depicting beaches and woodlands, pure images come alive as moments of life in each segment. Kiarostami skilfully animates the aesthetic of still nature, whether a pair of horses courting each other or a seagull mourning its dead mate transcends into a meditative experience. A song. A kiss. A spark of color. Kiarostami never forgot to remind us to open our eyes and see.