Superstition Criticized
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Superstition Criticized

Six cinemas begin showing the children’s film ‘Me and Sharmin’ directed by Bijan Shirmarz on September 6. It is about a young girl named Tina who believes in her aunt’s prophecy, cinematicket.org reported. The movie criticizes superstition in a comical manner. Vishka Asayesh, Pejman Bazeghi, Sahar Ghoreyshi, Nima Shahrokhshahi, Ramin Nasernasir, Mahmoud Jafari, Atash Taqipur, Zohreh Hamidi, Purandokht Mahiman, Fariba Naderi, Niloufar Parsa, Gohar Kheirandish and Majid Salehi are in the cast. Kourosh, Mega Mall and Zendegi cineplexes as well as Javan cinema are screening the film.


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