Award-winning ifilm pick '21 Days Later' highlights the crucial topic of cancer patients in Iran.
Mohamad Reza Kheradmandan which has won many accolades, including Best Film award at the KinderKinoFest in Germany will come to you this Saturday at 22:00 GMT.
The moving theme of the flick can grab anyone interested in a story featuring delicate human relations in the context of cancer.
Sareh Bayat plays the role of a mother suffering from cancer in '21 Days Later'.
Nominated for the Crystal Simorgh for Best Visual Effects, ‘21 Days Later’ was among the movies voted most popular at the 35th edition of Iran’s Fajr Film Festival.
The acclaimed Iranian flick aims to mold a teenager into a hero who moves heaven and earth to find money for medication of her mother who suffers from cancer.
The philosophy behind the presence of a train at the end of the film can be a metaphor for the never-ending problems of people in the story, a rave review says, adding such concept “was well presented to the viewers and the final sequence is in harmony with the whole story.”