The Bright Day 2017-05-03T03:30:23+00:00

Project Description

The Bright Day

Australian Premiere | 2014

Director's Biography
Director's Biography
Born in 1965 in Tabriz, Hossein Shahabi is a graduate of Music from Tehran University. He started his career in 2005, making a short film, Votive Offering. His other short films are Raining Tree (2007), Reflection (2009) and The Last Word (2010). Shahabi has also been involved in directing some tele-films for Iranian TV, The Photo (2005), The Shadows (2006), The Secret (2008), The Glass Night (2010) and For the Sake of Mehdi (2011). Bright Day (2013) is his first feature film which was well received by Iranian film critics and audiences of the 31st Fajr Film Festival in Tehran in February 2013.

Synopsis

Roshan is a teacher in a kindergarten. She intends to save the life of one of her student’s father, who is accused of unintentional homicide. There were seven witnesses, who had seen the incident, but no one intends to tell the whole truth because of the slain’s family power and the influence. If the witnesses don’t tell the truth, accused will be facing retaliation and the death penalty under the law of Ghesas…

Production Team

Director
Hossein Shahabi
Country
Iran
Runtime 
86 min
Language
Persian
Premiere Status 
Classification 
18+
Year
2013
Screenwriter 
Producer
Gholam-Reza Gomroki
Cinematographer 
Editor
Cast
Pantea Bahram, Mehran Ahmadi, Ronak Yoonesi, Soodabeh Bayzai

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