‘Inadaptable’ finds way to 21st IFFK
Art and Experience: Iranian director Ebrahim Ebrahimian’s ‘Inadaptable’ will be screened at the 21st International Film Festival of Kerala in India.
The Indian event will display Iran’s feature movie at the competition section of Kerala Film Festival, which is being held on December 9-11.
Inadaptable is about a university professor who comes under suspicion by his wife for disloyalty. “The volatile Mahtab suspects her husband Ahmad is having an affair with his student Farnoosh. After being tipped off by close family friend Sima she angrily confronts her at the University where he works. However, when Farnoosh dies truths are exposed and events become increasingly complex as Sima and her husband Mansoor are inexorably immersed in the tragic situation. Themes of deception and its consequences underline this bellicose drama, with fine performances and an unnerving score that contribute to a relentlessly tense atmosphere.”
Mohammad Reza Foroutan, Sareh Bayat, Hamidreza Azarang and Hediyeh Tehrani are among the cast of the movie.
International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) is a film festival held annually in Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala, India. This event started in 1996 on behalf of Department of Cultural Affairs, Government of Kerala. The festival is held in November/December every year and is acknowledged as one of the leading such events in India. Several national and international films have their premiers at the IFFK each year.