Peyman Maadi’s ‘Bomb, a Love Story’ has entered Iranian home screening market.
The romantic drama that is now off the silver screens in Iranian cinemas has been made available in the domestic market of home screening since Tuesday August 6. Tasvir Gostar Pasargad film company is in charge of the film distribution.
‘Bomb, a Love Story’ is about Tehran, the Iranian capital, under bomb attacks with terror prevails in the city. The movie shows how love and emotions, life and hope can wash away the horrific image of the war.
The flick went on screen at the 2018 Bogazici Film Festival in Turkey, at which Maadi was awarded Best Director, as well as the 2019 ÍRÁN:CI Film Festival in the Czech Republic. It also opened the 11th Bengaluru International Film Festival in India.
The acclaimed title has been nominated for two awards at the 12th Asia Pacific Screen Awards and won several nominations at the 36th Fajr Film Festival in Iran.