x
Do you need English Subtitles?برای تماشای فیلم به زیرنویس انگلیسی نیاز دارید؟ YesNo> Ask Me Later

Would you like to rate this movie?

Become a Free Member and enjoy:

FREE
Watch over 1000
Iranian Movies for Free
Create wish list
Rate Movies and TV Series
Invite Friends
Newsletter
(don’t worry, no spam)
Exclusive & Special Offers
or

Already a member? Log in here

x

To Stay Alive - Bemani - بمانی

This deeply moving film opens on Madina, a young carpet weaver, and her deepening friendship with a handsome soldier. However, any hopes of a promising future are soon dashed to pieces when Madina's past comes to light. We also meet the bright, intelligent Bemani, who, upon being forced to marry an older man, goes to extreme lengths to cancel the wedding. Meanwhile, young medical student Nasim dreams of university, but she too finds herself marrying against her will. Hope is built up and knocked down again in this thought-provoking work by Dariush Mehjrui, the icon of the Iranian New Wave movement. The film often takes on a documentary-like format, and interviews with central characters create a sense of realism. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival.  Synopsis by IMVBox.com

To Stay Alive - Bemani - بمانی


To Stay Alive - Bemani - بمانی
User Rating
Share This Free Movie

This deeply moving film opens on Madina, a young carpet weaver, and her deepening friendship with a handsome soldier. However, any hopes of a promising future are soon dashed to pieces when Madina's past comes to light. We also meet the bright, intelligent Bemani, who, upon being forced to marry an older man, goes to extreme lengths to cancel the wedding. Meanwhile, young medical student Nasim dreams of university, but she too finds herself marrying against her will. Hope is built up and knocked down again in this thought-provoking work by Dariush Mehjrui, the icon of the Iranian New Wave movement. The film often takes on a documentary-like format, and interviews with central characters create a sense of realism. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival. 

Comments



Similar Videos