The University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles has scheduled to screen Iranian 2012 movie ‘The Wooden Bridge’.
Directed by Mehdi Karampour, the film will be screened on November 3 followed by a review session which will be attended by movie’s director and Iranian critic Hamidreza Sadr.
The screening session is to be organized by the Persian Academic and Cultural Student Association (PACSA) of the university.
‘The Wooden Bridge’ narrates the story of Amir and Shirin who decide to emigrate from Iran after ten years of marriage.
Facing immigration problems, there is just one solution left: Shirin accepts the help of their old university professor, Kamran Sabouhi, and goes to him to make the visa arrangements in Dubai.
Despite his initial disapproval due to Sabouhi’s affection to Shirin, Amir agrees to the plan eventually and Shirin leaves Iran.
Later on, everything gets more complicated when Amir’s sister, Aida, is arrested and his old love, Nazli, comes back to him after ten years.