Iranian film ‘21 Days Later’ directed by Mohammad Reza Kheradmandan has been scheduled to screen next October, the director says.
‘21 Days Later’ producer Mohammad Reza Shefah previously told media that the film would be ready to hit the big screen during the summer of 2017.
The Iranian film premiered at the ‘Soda-ye-Simorgh’ section of the 35th Fajr Film Festival.
‘21 Days Later’ starring Sareh Bayat and Hamidreza Azarang, is a melodrama about a teenager who has to struggle with several challenges in order to fulfill his dad’s wishes.
The film’s synopsis reads, “It’s always the same! The last time the sky started getting cloudy, the weather became so wild that the storm could have pulled down the trees. It was pouring rain, the birds were screaming around their nests. One of the guys said he saw the sun getting dark and light once or twice.”
Grabbing a nomination for Best Visual Effects Crystal Simorgh, ‘21 Days Later’ was among the most popular audience picks at the 35th edition of Iran’s Fajr Film Festival.