Award-winning film ‘6.5 per Meter’, currently being screened in theaters across Iran, has released its latest trailer.
With less than two weeks into entering Iranian silver screens, director Saeed Roustaee’s latest film is only second to Manouchehr Hadi’s ‘Rahman 1400’ in Iranian box office sales.
Last week, the film’s cast and crew members announced that they will be donating a portion of their earnings to the flood victims of Iran’s Golestan province.
Earlier this year, the film won numerous awards at the 37th annual Fajr Film Festival including the event’s prestigious ‘Audience Award’.
Produced by Jamal Sadatian, ‘6.5 per Meter’ is a thrilling drama about a drug enforcement police officer’s hunt for the capital’s largest crystal meth kingpin while shedding light on the issue of drug abuse and its destructive aftermath.
Saeed Roustaee’s previous film ‘Life and a Day’ had also featured actors Navid Mohammadzadeh, Parinaz Izadyar, and Peyman Maadi, while receiving numerous awards at the 34th Fajr Film Festival.