The director of the acclaimed movies ‘6.5 Per Meter’ (Just 6.5) and (Life+1 Day) wrote about injecting hope into society under the current conditions in the country which is struggling with the outbreak of the virus.
Publishing a post on his social media page, he wrote “I am a daydreamer and in my dreams, I have no doubts that this new wandering virus will run out of breath one day. I let my dreams fly away and pass these fearful days. Close your eyes off at the bombardment of despair and be hopeful to a future when this epidemic has been captured by the sacrifice of people”.
“In my dreams, I pass by all the corridors of all the hospitals and hear the jokes uttered by the nurses, I see a doctor who assures his little daughter that he would be back home and hug her soon,” he continued.
Roustaee concluded his post with “The farther I fly in my dreams, the more I feel assured that death will be beaten by life”.
Coronavirus appeared first in the Chinese city of Wuhan in December 2019 and has since spread globally. The World Health Organization has declared it a global health emergency.