A poetic piece of work that tells the story of a projectionist, Hashem Hakemzadeh, as he drives up to the countryside with his son Reza in order to show films to poor villagers living in remote areas far away from the city. An emotional and essential piece of Iranian cinema by director Farhad Mehranfar; a film about the importance of cinema and the effect it has on audiences. Winner of several film festivals, Paper Airplanes celebrates life and nature in a unique and spectacular manner.
هاشم حاکم زاده، مأموریت دارد تا فیلم های فرهنگی را در روستاهای دورافتاده نمایش بدهد. او در یکی از این سفرهایش «رضا» پسرش را نیز با خود به همراه میبرد، «رضا» طی حوادثی که در این سفر برایش پیش می آید با جنبه های دیگری از زندگی، شخصیت پدر و ابزار کارش، یعنی سینما، آشنا می شود
Hashem Hakemzadeh is assigned to present some movies of cultural significance in remote villages. During one of his trips, he takes his son Reza to accompany him. Through the events come up for him, Reza becomes familiar with other aspects of his life, his father and cinema, which is his father's tool.