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‘I’m Taraneh, 15 Years Old’ narrated for visually impaired

‘I’m Taraneh, 15 Years Old’ has been dubbed for the visually impaired audiences.

 ‘I’m Taraneh, 15 Years Old’ has been dubbed for the visually impaired audiences.

Rasoul Sadr-Ameli’s film that has recently been aired on ifilm English was narrated for the blind by award-winning actress Sara Bahrami.

The narrated version of the social drama is prepared by the CEVINA Group.

‘I’m Taraneh, 15 Years Old’ will be available on Radio CEVINA on Thursday. It will be on the group’s official website.

The group ,directed by Gelareh Abbasi, has already published ‘Casablanca’ read by Sahar Dolatshahi, ‘Bicycle Thieves’ read by Mohsen Bahrami, ‘Mother’ read by Ehteram Boroumand and ‘Gone with the Wind’ read by Shabnam Moqadami for the visually impaired audiences.

The film is about a 15-year-old girl named Taraneh who has lost her mother and her dad is also in prison. Taraneh is now left alone on her own having only a very old grandmother. The young girl, however, is a brilliant student at school and she even works at a shop to help with her finances.

Amir, a successful businessman, stalks Taraneh claiming to be in love with her and so he asks for her hand in marriage. Four months after signing a marriage contract, they get a divorce, with Taraneh left pregnant and facing the difficulties of being a single mother all alone.

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