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Classical movie ‘High Noon’ narrated for the blind

Classical American film, ‘High Noon’ has been narrated for the visually impaired audiences.

Classical American film, ‘High Noon’ has been narrated for the visually impaired audiences.

The film directed by Fred Zinnemann has been narrated by Sajjad Afsharian and made available for the blind audience.

“Former marshal Will Kane (Gary Cooper) is preparing to leave the small town of Hadleyville, New Mexico, with his new bride, Amy (Grace Kelly), when he learns that local criminal Frank Miller has been set free and is coming to seek revenge on the marshal who turned him in. When he starts recruiting deputies to fight Miller, Kane is discouraged to find that the people of Hadleyville turn cowardly when the time comes for a showdown, and he must face Miller and his cronies alone,” a synopsis of the film reads.

The film will be available on Radio CEVINA on Thursday. It will be on the group’s official website.

Every week, the CEVINA group publishes the audio files of two nostalgic classic movies for people with visual impairment.

The group has already published ‘Casablanca’ read by Sahar Dolatshahi, ‘Bicycle Thieves’ read by Mohsen Bahrami, Ali Hatami’s ‘Mother’ narrated by Ehteram Boroumand and ‘Gone with the Wind’ read by Shabnam Moqadami.

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