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Genre: Poetic drama
Synopsis

It’s night and everything is happening in an endless silence. The lonely and tired old man is walking around. His restlessness proves how deeply he’s been obsessed with his problems and agonies. He’s thinking of saving his son, Sohrab. However, all doors are closed. He’s involved in cycle of daily life, though decided, he’s not able to change anything.

He’s fighting and then returning his grandson back home and baptizing him. In spite of all his efforts, the son is executed. He takes the body of his son, which looks like a white poplar tree, through the mountain and rivers and baptizes him. The old man takes care of his grandson too before he returns to bury his son.

Director
Hadi Mohaghegh

(b. 1978) spent his first twenty years of life in nomadic tribes of southwest of Iran and then he became interested in cinema and was an assistant director for 10 years. After making some TV films, he made his debut feature, „Bardou” in 2013 and then his second feature film, „Immortal” in 2015 which both brought him several international awards. „Iro” is his third feature film.

Filmography
  • Bardou (2013)
  • Immortal (2015)
  • Iro (Here, 2018)
Sat, 24.11.2018
8:30 pm
Tallinn, 
Coca-Cola Plaza
Hall 3
090308
Subtitles: 
ENG
Screening code: 090308
Tue, 27.11.2018
5:15 pm
Tallinn, 
Apollo Kino Solaris
Hall 5
121306
Subtitles: 
ENG
Screening code: 121306
Film info
Country: Iran
Year: 2018
Duration: 82 minutes
Language: Persian
Director: Hadi Mohaghegh
Writer: Hadi Mohaghegh
DOP: Ali Shadideh
Montage: Hossein Heshmatnia, Hadi Mohaghegh
Cast: Hamdollah Azizi, Mohammad Azarakhsh
Production: Seyed Reza Mohaghegh
Synopsis

It’s night and everything is happening in an endless silence. The lonely and tired old man is walking around. His restlessness proves how deeply he’s been obsessed with his problems and agonies. He’s thinking of saving his son, Sohrab. However, all doors are closed. He’s involved in cycle of daily life, though decided, he’s not able to change anything.

He’s fighting and then returning his grandson back home and baptizing him. In spite of all his efforts, the son is executed. He takes the body of his son, which looks like a white poplar tree, through the mountain and rivers and baptizes him. The old man takes care of his grandson too before he returns to bury his son.

Director
Hadi Mohaghegh

(b. 1978) spent his first twenty years of life in nomadic tribes of southwest of Iran and then he became interested in cinema and was an assistant director for 10 years. After making some TV films, he made his debut feature, „Bardou” in 2013 and then his second feature film, „Immortal” in 2015 which both brought him several international awards. „Iro” is his third feature film.

Filmography
  • Bardou (2013)
  • Immortal (2015)
  • Iro (Here, 2018)