Tuesday 26 May 2020
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Synopsis

A few university students from Birjand with an innovative plan to start a new business in the computer industry, come to Tehran to make their dreams come true, however they have no idea how to make it.
Director:Mehdi Ganji
Producer:
Mojtaba Mirtahmasb
Screenwrite:
Cast:
Hamidreza Ghaderi- Mostafa Lotfi- Hossein Aryan- Mohammad Hossein Mohseni
Filming Director:
Mohammad Reza Jahanpanah
,
Mehdi Ganji
Sound Manager:
Hassan Shabankareh
,
Amu Hussein Ghasemi
Editing:
Ismael Monsef
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

021-88310457

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Kourosh Pardis

Kourosh Pardis

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

44971930-40

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Museum Cinema

Museum Cinema

Bagh Ferows, Valiasr S

22723535

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Mashhad, Hoveize Pardis

Mashhad, Hoveize Pardis

Golestan Sq., Daneshgah St., Mashhad

0511-8437575

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Mashhad, Hoveize Pardis

Mehdi Ganji Born in 1978, Malayer is a graduate in the field of cinema in Cinematography branch. “With you Moonlight”, “Iron Wills” and the TV series “Sight(Jelveh)” are among his early works, but most of his works in recent years have been about portraying the lives of entrepreneurs and the business sector, ​​from these documentaries like the collection “Employment and Industry”, “My Mother, Manijeh is a Mine Worker” and “All My Identity Papers” can be named. The documentary “I Want to King” is one of the works of this director who was featured in the Art and Experience group.

Mashhad, Hoveize Pardis

For my generation, the generation that experienced the Iran-Iraq war in childhood and the sixties, the greatest wish was to become a doctor or engineer. We learned to go faster than each other in the marathon of life and work, to achieve the common stereotypes of success. Our dream was to get to life, like some doctor, engineer or noble men. No one taught us to live creatively and to invent a personal path in our lives and our work. We are a product of the mindset that was looking for simulation, and we began to summarize our value with our bank account. Maybe that’s why as a filmmaker I always get attracted to people who want to live differently. Change something or create a new value. In fact, I’m looking for part of my lost personality.
“The Puzzlers” is a good example of the young people who risk their lives and do not like to go through the experienced, traditional and high-end ways. People who endure all the hardships to start a new job. They believe that working together is better than solitaire. Going on with these ordinary people who are not the stars of best-selling magazines is so inspiring to me that it has changed my life.

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