Davoud, a projector repairman who is interested in Persian films, falls in love with a girl whose father is a staunch opponent of cinema. He tries his best to satisfy him…
Born in 1972 in Tehran, Keyvan Ali Mohammadi holds BA in English translation and he’s a graduate of Training Center for Filmmaking too. He’s been active as a film critic and translator in Iranian art magazines for four years. In addition to a number of feature films he has also made some short and documentary films such as “LANDSCAPE OF SIAVASH ABAD”, “HOW WONDERFUL LOVE IS” &” THE BLACK SKY AT NIGHT”. Feature Films: 2005-NOCTURNAL; 2011-THE DAY GOES AND THE NIGHT COMES; 2015- ARGHAVAN, 2016- GUILDA, 2020- CINEMA SHAHRE GHESEH.
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