Filmfest
#FFHH19
26.9. - 5.10.2019
Hamburg

Goodbye Iran 2011 | 104 min | OV | Colour | FF 2011

Mohammad Rasoulof

MOHAMMAD RASOULOF (*1972) has shown several of his films at FILMFEST HAMBURG, the last was Manuscripts Don't Burn in 2013. In 2010, Rasoulof was sentenced to a year on probation for his critical stance. None of his films have been officially released in Iran.

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OPENING FILM
Noura is a young lawyer in Tehran in search of a visa to leave the country. She recently had her license to practice law revoked for participating in activist campaigns against the government. Her husband was exiled to work in the desert because of his role as a political journalist. Now pregnant and alone, the woman is fed up with Iran and considering terminating her pregnancy as part of a complicated scheme to leave the country. Director Rasoulof himself did not get a visa to attend the film's premiere in Cannes.

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Orig. Title: Bé omid é didar
Filmtype: Fiction Feature
Original language: Farsi, English
Section: Agenda 11
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Director: Mohammad Rasoulof
Screenplay: Mohammad Rasoulof
Cast: Leyla Zareh, Hassan Pourshirazi, Behname Tashakor, Sima Tirandaz
Producer: Mohammad Rasoulof
Sprachfassung: OV
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Camera: Arastoo Givi
Set Designer: Saeid Asadi
Cutter: Mohammad Reza Moini
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Format: dcp
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German Distributor:
World Sales: Fortissimo Films | Veemarkt 77-79 | 1019 DA Amsterdam | Netherlands | Phone: +31 20 627 32 15 | Email: info@fortissimo.nl
Production: Shargh Tamasha Media
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