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‘Hava, Maryam, Ayesha’ to enter home market

‘Hava, Maryam, Ayesha’ is to enter domestic market of home entertainment.

Iranian-Afghan-French feature film ‘Hava, Maryam, Ayesha’ has been set to enter the domestic market of home entertainment.

Directed by Sahra Karimi, the film will be available to purchase on DVDs by the time it ends screening at the Art and Experience cinema groups in Iran.

Iranian and Afghan people will also be able to purchase and watch it online via a number of VoD services.

The film is a narrative of three women’s lives.

The three individuals are from different walks of life, but they all reside in Afghanistan after a devastating war.

Hava is an expecting mother, Maryam is an educated news anchor living with an unfaithful husband, and Ayesha is a teenager from a traditional family who is scared of her destiny to be having an arranged marriage just like her mother’s.

The three decide to take control of their lives and change their fates.

Not only the film narrates a feminine story, but also it has some outstanding female cast members, including Fariba Afshar, Hasiba Ebrahimi and Arezou Ariapour.

The film producer Katayoun Shahabi and the film editor Mastaneh Mohajer are from Iran.

Karimi, the Afghan female film director of the flick, took her first steps as an artist in Iran with filmmakers’ works such as Hamid Jebeli’s ‘White Dream’.

Then she moved abroad to study cinema and filmmaking.

The film has so far had some international screenings in California, China, Turkey, Slovakia, and a number of global events.

The three actresses of the flick have won the Best Actress in Asian Film Competition section of the Dhaka International Film Festival in Bangladesh.