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St. Louis festival to screen four Iranian movies

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St. Louis festival to screen four Iranian movies

TEHRAN – Four Iranian films will be screening in different sections of the 27th St. Louis International Film Festival, which is scheduled to be held in the eastern central U. S. from November 1 to 11.

Lunch Time” by Alireza Qasemi will be competing in the Narrative Shorts: Girl’s Life category, the organizers have announced.

The film is about a 16-year-old girl who is forced to deal with the harsh bureaucracy and the responsibility of identifying the body of her mother.

Injured” by Mohammad-Hossein Abedini and “Light Sight” by Seyyed Moslem Tabatabai will be screened in the Kids Family Shorts section.

Light Sight” is about a creature named M. who is fascinated by a white light outside its room. It tries to reach the light but there are obstacles in the way.

Injured” tells the story of a little girl who tries to find out the secret of the truck that is parked in front of her house.

The Narrative Shorts will screen “Maned & Macho” by Shiva Sadeq-Asadi.

Maned and Macho” is about a girl’s repressed emotions and instincts, which are embodied in some animals that come out of her dreams.

Photo: “Lunch Time” by Alireza Qasemi.



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