Khosrow Masoumi, Iranian director has talked to ifilm about his latest project in an exclusive interview.
Masoumi spoke to Cinema ifilm Show about his movie ‘Dirty Job’.
Talking about social cinema, the director said that when you talk about social genre, it means you’re talking about your problems.
He added that watching these kinds of movies attract the audiences and doesn’t need any suspension.
Masoumi remarked that social drama is like documentary in which the subject is interesting for the audience.
The film was premiered at the 36th edition of the Fajr Film Festival in Iran.
Themed around issues of work and immigration, ‘Dirty Job’ was the last film in which the late actor Levon Haftvan starred.
Set in Turkey and Iran, Masoumi's film follows the story of Farhad who decides to travel to Turkey for immigration purposes.
Faced with certain obstacles, not only is he no longer able to immigrate, but his return to Iran is also in jeopardy.