Iranian feature ‘The Human Comedy’ is to go on screen at the 2018 edition of the Regina International Film Festival (RIFFA) in Canada.
Directed by Mohammad-Hadi Karimi, ‘The Human Comedy’ is a humor narrative of the tragic life of a person who finds himself doing as the Romans do unwillingly.
The 100-minute flick is about a boy who was punished at school because he was a left- hander!
As he grew up he was in the minority in other situations, and he was punished for it.
At last he decides to raise his inner capacity while being a minority and this is the beginning of his salvation.
Arman Darvish, Alireza Shoja-Nouri, Houman Seyyedi, Niki Karimi, Leila Zare, Farrokh Nemati, Hasti Mahdavifar and Bahareh Kian-Afshar are among the flick stars.
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Aimed to inspire and motivate people to discover the world through the art of motion pictures, the RIFFA is to build an internationally recognized film art organization that empowers, entertains and educates our diverse community as well as to build community capacity in the cinematic arts that encourage human connection, innovation, and self-expression through storytelling.
The 4th edition of the Regina International Film Festival & Awards is slated for August 14-18, 2018.