Debut Melodrama to Go Worldwide
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Debut Melodrama to Go Worldwide

Iranian film director Ebrahim Ebrahimiyan whose first movie, ‘Sending a Condolences Ad to Newspaper,’ is waiting to be locally screened, announced the presence of his film in two international film festivals.

The Netherlands Film Festival and Pune International Film Festival in India will be the destinations for Ebrahimiyan’s debut feature film, MNA reported.
Pointing out to the Netherlands Film Festival as one of the most famous in Europe, he said “there is no detailed information about the exact timing, but I think it will be held soon.”
The film is scheduled to be released publicly in fall; however, the distributor hasn’t announced the date, the young director stated.
The production permit for his new film ‘We Don’t Get Used To’ has been issued but the pre-production is yet to start.
Saber Abar, Nazanin Bayati, Rabe’eh Madani, and Parivash Nazarieh are among the cast of this melodrama, which tells the story of a young man who takes care of an infirm old man but an unexpected event complicates his personal life.


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