First image from Iran film ‘We Are All Together’ has surfaced online, showing scene when an airplane crashes in the flick.
The image is related to new offering of renowned Iran director Kamal Tabrizi set in a real-life aircraft, showing passengers while the crash happens .
The report released Saturday said Tabrizi’s 'We Are All Together' is at the shooting stage which takes two months, adding part of the filming takes place in a real aircraft.
Produced by Reza Mirkarimi, the movie has a string of stars such as Mohammad-Reza Golzar, Vishka Asayesh and Pejman Jamshidi and Mehran Modiri.
Director, screenwriter, editor and cinematographer Kamal Tabrizi earned a degree in Cinema from Tehran University, College of Fine Arts.
He began his cinematic activities with filming a flick made by Saeed Haji Miri in 1983.
He is a director who has taken on issues dealing with the eight-year Iraqi-imposed war on Iran and its aftermath from different angles.
Tabrizi has directed several movies, including ‘On the Altar of Love’ (1990), ‘The End of Childhood’ (1993), ‘Sheida’ (1998), ‘Look at the Sky Sometimes’ (2002), ‘A Piece of Bread’ (2004), ‘There's Always a Woman Involved’ (2007), ‘Sensitive Level’ (2013) and ‘Sweet Taste of Dream’ (2014).
He has also directed some series such as ‘Time of Rebellion’ (2001), ‘Shahriar’ (2005) and ‘Ancient Land’ (2010-2015).