Art and Experience: ‘Crocodile Tears’, an Iran-Armenia production directed by Reza Hosseinabadi, is being screened in several Armenian cinemas.

“The feature film is now on screen at cinemas of Yerevan and Gyumri as two major Armenian cities,” said Hosseinabadi asserting that the joint production is being broadcasted in the Eurasian country with Armenian dubbing.

Hosseinabadi, while underlining that his film had been entirely filmed in the country of Armenia, said “Armenia is a ‘low-cost’ location for the filmmakers as such many Iranian directors make their films in the country.”

Crocodile Tears has been inspired by Beehive, a 1975 Iranian Persian-genre drama film directed by Fereydun Gole,” he continued.

The Iranian director later stated that his production will be soon dubbed into Persian language to go on screen in Iranian cinemas.

The movie enjoys both Iranian and Armenian cast. The Iranian stars are Majid Moshiri, Babak Nouri and Amir Mohammad Zand.

Source: Mehrnews