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Synopsis

"The Old Man and the Sea": This documentary is a passage on the story of translation in Iran from the earliest times to the present by several famous Iranian translators / "Leila": Leila Hakim is a divine creator, music teacher and mother of two children. The family commitments and her young children can not separate her from her childhood love.
Director:Nahid Rezaei
Producer:
Nahid Rezaei
Editing:
"Leila": Fatemeh Zavari
Charsou Cinematic Complex

Charsou Cinematic Complex

Tehran Province, Tehran, District 11, Ave, No. 1, Hafez

021 6672 4444

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Farhang Cinema

Farhang Cinema

Dowlat St., Shariati St., Tehran

22601205

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Iran Artists House

Iran Artists House

Honarmandan Park, Iranshahr St., Tehran

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Isfahan City Center

Isfahan City Center

Opposite of Abbasi Hotel, Amadgah St., Istahan

031-32232151

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Kourosh Pardis

Kourosh Pardis

Num. 57, near Central Payambar, Shahid Satari Hgw, Tehran

44971930-40

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Mashhad, Hoveize Pardis

Mashhad, Hoveize Pardis

Golestan Sq., Daneshgah St., Mashhad

0511-8437575

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Museum Cinema

Museum Cinema

Bagh Ferows, Valiasr S

22723535

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Nahid Rezaee was born in 1961 and graduated from the Cinema Department of Paris. The first documentary, Robabe’s Little Hand, was created in 1995 after experiencing a fiction cinema, and since then it has been a documentary film.
A member of the Iranian Cinema Documentation Association since its inception and membership in several periods of the Board of Directors and the Director of the Association of Documentaries in 2004 has been among her other activities. His works such as “Mother and Maniche”, 1992, “Pottery” 1997, “Thin Kari “1376,” My Child Remain “, 1378,” Water and Atefeh “1380,” Silk Sleep “1382,” Zalin Zalkin “, 2006, Directed” Beyond the Highway “1387. His films have been featured in many domestic and international festivals. He has directed some documentary “Leila” in 1998 and directed the documentary “Pirmroda Sea” in 1395.

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Leila
film “Leila” was created in the years that most documentaries were made in non-urban spaces or were very important subjects of the subject of documentary films.
With Philanthropy Victory and Safi Yazdanian, we decided to make films about urban women who, although different, are not known. Leyla Hakim was a divine friend of mine, and her efforts to keep her personal interests attracted her character.

The old man and the sea
always thought that the greatest translation work and its effect on our lives was related to the contemporary era, and when my friend suggested that I translate a movie about translation, then the preliminary studies of the dating of translation into our own history and others, but still the question The big thing was how to get a coherent lineage for such a broad concept. I tried to start the movie by referring to my interests and put my boat into the sea. It was a strange journey, and there were many shores in the horizon.
In the end, I saw myself as the hero of the old man’s novel, and the Sea of ​​Hemingway, who flocked to the shore of the great whale he hunted.

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