The Iranian Cinema Days, set up by the Iranian Cultural Chancellery in Syria, in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture, closed the curtain on its cinematic shows at Dar Al-Assad for Culture and Arts in Damascus, with the two films “Painting Basin and Angels Come Together.”
The first film, “Painting Basin” tells the story of the grief of a child who wants to have a normal family, trying not to recognize his parents from his parents, because they have disabilities. As for the parents, they try to provide the best for their child, despite their disability, which leads to events that affect their lives. familial.
The film reviews the events in a deep emotional way, to embody the family relationship in a framework of pain that drains the heart of the parents, after the child leaves the house to escape from them, and pain of another kind perpetuates the father’s disappointment with losing his job and his inability to find another job, due to his disability, with an intensification of facial expressions. With a high degree of honesty, she showed genius in performance, as well as depth of dialogue.
The film is directed by Maria Miri, produced by Manouchehr Mohammadi, co-starring Shihab Hosseini, Nakar Jawaherian, Siamak Ethasi, and Fershtah Sadr Arfani and others. and translated into Turkish, Arabic, English and French.
As for the second and last film in the days of Iranian cinema, “Angels Come Together,” it tells the story of the life of a young cleric, who lives with his pregnant wife in a rented house, and is waiting for their new baby, until they hear the news from
the hospital doctor that they have given triplets, so that the parents’ journey begins to think carefully. To secure a livelihood and a decent life for their children, despite the difficult economic conditions and the poor financial condition of the family.
But the faces of the three angels when they saw the light abolished all forms of poverty and suffering, so that the parents smiled with joy and hope that this gift is greater and greater than the search for sustenance, and they must walk the path of construction and development, to cross the bridge of routine life difficulties with much love and mercy for those innocent hearts.
The film is directed by Hamid Mohammadi, produced by Manouchehr Mohammadi, starring Jawad Ezzati, Nazanin Bayati, Reda Naji, Elham Karda, and a group of other artists.
It is noteworthy that as a result of the demand and demand of the Syrian public and the cultural, artistic and student elite for Iranian cinematic shows, the Cultural Chancellery of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Damascus decided to resume showing the Iranian film “Hanas” today, which was shown for the first time at the opening of the activities of the Iranian Film Week.
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