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“Double” to compete in Irvine Film Festival

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“Double” to compete in Irvine Film Festival

TEHRAN – Iranian director Ronak Jafari’s short film “Double” will go on screen at the 8th edition of the Irvine Film Festival, which will be held in Costa Mesa, California from March 22 to 28.

The film is about Pegah, a young woman with a red raincoat who is in an eerie marsh in the middle of mysterious mountains all alone. Her true identity is revealed when she coincidentally meets another woman, Matin.

Photo: A scene from “Double” by Iranian director Ronak Jafari.


 

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