The 67-minute documentary is about the late guitarist, poet and singer Ebrahim Monsefi, who was from the Iranian city of Bandar-Abbas.
Although Monsefi, whose work has been rediscovered and published after his death, passed away almost 20 years ago, the director Kamran Heidari lets the viewer believe that the artist himself is narrating his life story.
The narrator follows a dreamy narration of his life in Bandar Abbas.
He goes to places where the most influential events of his life happened and delivers a fanciful narration filled with music.
Besides presenting the life of Monsefi, ‘None of Your Business’ offers an introduction to the lifestyle and culture of the region.
The doc was internationally premiered in New York as part of a one-month program to review Heidari’s works.
It has participated in a number of domestic and international festivals, including the Fajr and Cinema Verite film festivals in Iran.
‘None of Your Business’ went on screen at the Persian Film Festival in Australia and grabbed the special jury award at the 17th EBS International Documentary Festival in South Korea.
“We learn about the lost love romance of Ebram and Amis through stories of culture, tradition and music in the south of Iran, beside a sea where the poet wandered,” the website of the Persian Film Festival wrote.