Iran’s ‘The Human Comedy’ to hit domestic screens
Art and Experience: ‘The Human Comedy’ directed by Mohammad-Hadi Karimi has been set to appear on the silver screen in Iran.
The film will hit the domestic screens, to replace Masoud Kimiaei’s ‘Domestic Killer’, from Wednesday, January 16, 2018.
‘The Human Comedy’ is a comedy narrative of the tragic life of a person who finds himself doing as the Romans do unwillingly.
Arman Darvish, Alireza Shoja-Nouri, Houman Seyyedi, Niki Karimi, Leila Zare, Farrokh Nemati, Hasti Mahdavifar, and Bahareh Kian-Afshar are among the flick stars.
Born in 1972, Karimi is an Iranian director who entered professional cinema with writing the script for Sirous Alvand’s ‘Saghar’.
Karimi has written dozens of scripts for movies such as ‘Iran Burger’, ‘Maral’, ‘Black Eyes’, and ‘Reflection’.
He directed titles such as ‘Snow on Hot Gable’, and ‘Annunciation to a Third Millennium Citizen’.