Bitter Dream
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Bitter Dream

The Iranian feature film ‘Bitter Dream’, the story of a mortician, his life and fears and finally his death, is on the screen at Charsou Cineplex. Written and directed by Mohsen Amiryusefi, the dark comedy with amateur actors happens in an 800-year-old cemetery near the city of Isfahan in central Iran, cinematicket.org reported.  The entire 90-minute film is about death and the arrangements for the burial with minute details on religious rites, tradition and rituals. It won the FIPRESCI Prize at the 10th Geneva International Film Festival, Switzerland in 2004, and a Special Distinction at the Cannes Film Festival the same year.


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