Iranian film ‘Crocodile’ is close to wrapping up post-production stage with a copy of the flick sent to Fajr National Film Festival in Iran.
Speaking to media on his new cinematic work, Director Masoud Takavar said, “A while ago, film score composer Sattar Oraki completed the music, and the final mixing is now underway.”
He noted, Mohammad Mehdi Joharzadeh has performed the final sound designing, adding, "We have completed the admission form for 36th Fajr National Film Festival, and we handed over a copy of this film to the festival's secretariat.”
‘Crocodile’ sits among the adventure-genre films, narrating the story a few young people who want to get what they want overnight by taking a risky route.
The film stars Kourosh Tahami, Andisheh Fouladvand, Hossein Mehri and Elaheh Hesari.