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Australia screening Iranian ‘The Dark Room’

Iranian feature ‘The Dark Room’ is participating at the 2019 Persian Film Festival in Australia.

Iranian feature ‘The Dark Room’ has been participating at the 2019 edition of the Persian Film Festival in Australia.

Directed by Rouhollah Hejazi, the social drama narrates the story of the young couple and their 5-year-old son, Amir.

It presents a new chapter of Farhad and Haleh’s life. The couple has recently moved to a new building.

Amir is lost in the desert just in front of the building, however, his parents find him soon.

But then, Amir tells his father someone has abused him and that makes Farhad very upset.

The troubled father is now desperately looking for a suspect who has harassed his little boy and Haleh criticizes Farhad for being incapable of finding the insulter.

Sareh Bayat, Saed Soheili, Amir-Reza Ranjbaran, Morvarid Kashian, Mohammad Emami, Reza Ahmadi and Jila Daee are among the movie cast.

‘The Dark Room’ has succeeded to garner Best Film award from the 5th Hanoi International Film Festival in Vietnam.

The film has gone on screen at a number of global events, including the 23rd International Film Festival of Kerala in India, the 11th Sofia MENAR Film Festival in Bulgaria, the 47th Belgrade International Film Festival in Serbia, the 11th Bengaluru International Film Festival in India, the 2019 Yari Iranian Film Festival in Sweden, the 7th Asian Film Festival Barcelona in Spain, and the 22nd Shanghai International Film Festival in China.

ifilm website has published a comprehensive exclusive report on ‘The Dark Room’. Click here to watch the report.

The Persian Film Festival 2019 is also screening ‘Orange Days’ by Arash Lahouti, ‘Suddenly a Tree’ by Safi Yazdanian, ‘African Violet’ by Mona Zandi-Haqiqi, ‘Beloved’ by Yasser Talebi, ‘Oath’ by Mohsen Tanabandeh, ‘Seven and a Half’ by Navid Mahmoudi, ‘Reza’ by Alireza Motamedi, and ‘Finding Farideh’ co-directed by Azadeh Mousavi and Kourosh Ataee.

The 2019 edition of the Persian Film Festival in Australia has been slated for December 4-8.

MG/MG

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