The forensic pathologist Dr Nariman, has an accident with a motorcyclist, and injures his 8-year-old son. He offers to pay compensation to the man and to take the child to a clinic nearby. The next morning, he finds out that the same little boy has been brought in for an autopsy. Dr Nariman faces a dilemma now: is he responsible for the child’s death due to the accident or he died of food poisoning according to other doctors’ diagnostic?
- Iran, 2017
- Vahid Jalilvand
- Ali Zarnegar, Vahid Jalilvand
- Navid Mohammadzadeh, Amir Agha’ee, Hediyeh Tehrani, Zakiyeh Behbahani, Sa’eed Dakh, Alireza Ostadi
- 2017 Venecija / Venice Film Festival
2017 Bedoune Tarikh, Bedoune Emza / No Date, No Signature
2015 Chaharshanbeh, 19 Ordibehesht / Wednesday, May 9
- Peyman Shadmanfar
- Vahid Jalilvand, Sepehr Vakili
- Peyman Yazdanian
- Ehsan Alikhani, Ali Jalilvand
- Mehr Taha Studio
- Noori Pictures
- 2017 Venice Film Festival - Orizzonti for best director and best actor
Price: 350 RSD
Dvorana Kulturnog centra
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Jugoslovenska kinoteka, Svečana sala
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Vahid Jalilvand (1976) is an Iranian film director, screenwriter, actor, and film editor. His first directed film, Wednesday, May 9, has received massive admiration from multiple national and international film festivals. He received Fipersci Award in Best Film Horizons from 72nd Venice International Film Festival for this film. Jalilvand had further success with his next film No Date, No Signature. The film earned Jalilvand and his actor, Orizzonti Awards of 74th Venice International Film Festival for best director and best actor.
All four main actors are in top form, but it’s Mohammadzadeh who steals the show in his scene at the poultry plant, when his desperate monologue takes on an epic, Shakespearean quality as he throws all his physical force into a verbal storm of pained outrage.
Jay Weissberg, Variety