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Iranian Documentary Shorts
diverse regisseurs - Iran - 2021 - 114 min.
Eénmalige vertoning i.h.k.v. het Viewpoint Documentary Film Festival op zaterdag 23/04 om 22u00
Een ticket kost slechts 6 euro en omvat een gratis drankje in het Skoop Café.
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This Viewpoint Documentary Film Festival screening session features 6 films. All films are in English and/or have English subtitles.
Yalman (Iran) by Isa Babae
The story of an old woman who talks to her birds to escape loneliness. She raised her seven children with hard works but they did not come to her after leaving home and are living their private lives. She lives on the outskirts of town. Her self-esteem does not allow her to seek government support for a living…
Running time: 00:18:56.
Laboratory NO.2 (Iran) by Edris Abdi, Aware Omer
Synopsis: ‘Documentary Laboratory No. 2’ is the story of an old man who has been working in the autopsy department of Sulaimaniyah University of Medical Sciences for 14 years. During these 14 years, he works on a corpse. He finally retires. Finally, he decides that…
Running time: 00:16:17.
Cutstein (Iran) by Hamidreza Khosh-Bazan
Synopsis: The life of an editor who works for Islamic Republic of IRAN Broadcasting and feels like Frankenstein, creating a monster.
Running time: 00:10:47.
I won’t remain alone (Iran) by Yaser Talebi
Synopsis: An old disabled couple living in a small village in the northern part of Iran, face an unfathomable tragedy when their youngest son falls into a coma after an accident. Defying the Islamic traditions of burial, overcoming problems of red tape, and turning devastation into hope, the parents agree to donate their son’s organs. Five years after their brave decision, a film crew visits them and records their slow path of reconciliation with death – or rather, their acquaintance with eternal life.
Running time: 00:15:00.
A Letter To My Mother (Iran) by Amina Maher
Synopsis: A heartfelt letter to tell a mother the most painful of secrets. Amina Maher, who in 2002 was the young protagonist of ‘Ten’ by Kiarostami is now a transgender director who tries to make her voice heard, understood, and be understood.
Running time: 00:19:33.
The Doll (Arousak) (Iran) by Elahe Esmaili
Synopsis: After consulting with his relatives a 35-year-old father consents to the marriage of his 14-year-old daughter. As individuals with differing perspectives his family grapple with the decision.
Running time: 00:32:57.