Iranian feature film ‘Exodus’, directed by Ebrahim Hatamikia, is set to be screened in a drive-in cinema in the capital, Tehran.
Iran’s first drive-in cinema will open at Tehran’s Milad Tower on Friday and give screening to Hatamikia’s latest movie.
The film has been streaming online since early this month without getting a theatrical release after the coronavirus outbreak led to the closure of movie theaters.
‘Exodus’ is about a number of farmers voicing their concerns to government officials.
Faramarz Qaribian joins Pantea Panahiha, Jahangir Almasi, Giti Qasemi, Sam Qaribian, Kambiz Dirbaz and Mohammad-Reza Sharifinia in making up the movie’s cast.