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The feature film (Al-Hakim) at the Fajr International Film Festival in Tehran


Damascus, SANA- The feature film (Al-Hakim), directed by Basil Al-Khatib and produced by the General Film Corporation, is participating, within


The feature film (Al-Hakim), directed by Basil Al-Khatib and produced by the General Film Corporation, is participating in the forty-first Fajr International Film Festival, which kicked off today in the Iranian capital, Tehran.

The film, written by Diana Jabbour, takes place in her first cinematic experience in the form of a feature film, in a remote rural town. It tells the story of a doctor who devotes his time and life to serving the people of the town, with his professional and life experiences.

The film focuses on the state of social deterioration left by the war and its repercussions on people's behavior, destinies and morals, through the wise man's confrontation with a personal crisis during his granddaughter's visit to him, to put the film recipient in front of the situation of whether he will face his crisis alone or not after all that he presented to the people of the town.

It is worth noting that this movie, starring Duraid Lahham and Sabah Al-Jazaery, is the second cinematic collaboration between artist Duraid Lahham and director Basil Al-Khatib, after they met with the movie “Damascus-Aleppo”.

Artists Muhammad Qanoua, Lea Mabardi, Ruba al-Halabi, Robin Issa, Assem Hawat, Rami Ahmar, Walid Haswa, Tasnim Pasha, Ibrahim Issa, Wafa Abdullah, Abdel Salam Ghabour, William Fares, William Abdoun, Aline Issa, Mugheeth Saqr, Rama Al-Zein, Ahmed Rafi, Ghada Bashour and Christine Ashi participate in the film.

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