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Ruzhaye sabz / Green Days / Ruzhaye sabz
Zabaltegi-Specials
GREEN DAYS
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Hana Makhmalbaf - Ruzhaye sabz / Green Days
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Hanna Makhmalbaf
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Ruzhaye sabz/Green Days
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Hana Makhmalbaf, Ruzhaye sabz/Green Days
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Hana Makhmalbaf, in Zabaltegi Meetings
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Ruzhaye sabz / Green Days
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Ruzhaye sabz / Green Days
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Ruzhaye sabz / Green Days
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Ruzhaye sabz / Green Days
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Ruzhaye sabz / Green Days
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Hana Makhmalbaf
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Hana Makhmalbaf
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Hana Makhmalbaf
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Hana Makhmalbaf
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Hana Makhmalbaf
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Hana Makhmalbaf
Foto: Pedro Martínez
Hana Makhmalbaf
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Hana Makhmalbaf
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Hana Makhmalbaf
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Hana Makhmalbaf
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Hana Makhmalbaf
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Hana Makhmalbaf
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Hana Makhmalbaf
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Hana Makhmalbaf
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Hana Makhmalbaf
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Press Conference ''Ruzhaye sabz / Green Days''
Press Conference ''Ruzhaye sabz / Green Days''
Press Conference ''Ruzhaye sabz / Green Days'' (es)
16m. 34s.
Press Conference ''Ruzhaye sabz / Green Days'' (es)
Hana Makhmalbaf (Director/Screenplay)
(es)
Photocall ''Ruzhaya sabz / Green Days''
Photocall ''Ruzhaya sabz / Green Days''
Photocall ''Ruzhaya sabz / Green Days'' (es)
36s.
Photocall ''Ruzhaya sabz / Green Days'' (es)
(es)
Hana Makhmalbaf (Director/Screenplay)
16m. 34s. Castellano

Ava, an Iranian girl suffering from depression, blames recent political events in Iran for her troubled mental state and goes to a psychologist. He advises her to take on physical work, and later, to work on a play. However, the play, inspired by the reality and problems of her society, is banned. It is election time. The city is alive with possibilities. A new wave of hope has sent people massing into the streets to participate, to vote against the current president. Everywhere there is singing, dancing, action - a vibrant, passionate vision of a very different future for her country. But Ava still doesn't believe change will come. She leaves her home and talks to people in the streets, trying desperately to rekindle her own hope.
BIOGRAPHY
Her first feature, Buddha Collapsed Out of Shame, won the Special Jury Prize at San Sebastian Festival in 2007. Born in Teheran in 1988, she belongs to a distinguished family of moviemakers: she is the daughter of Mohsen Makhmalbaf and sister of Samira Makhmalbaf. Her first short film, The Day My Aunt Was Ill, was presented at the Locarno Festival in 1997, when Hana was only 9 years old. At the age of 14, she made the documentary Joy of Madness, on the filming of her sister?s movie At Five in the Afternoon.
CAST & CREW
Director
Hana Makhmalbaf
Screenplay
Hana Makhmalbaf
Photography
Mohammad Yazdi
Edition
Babak Karimi
Cast
Ava, Nazanin, Niloufar, Rezvaneh, Marziyeh
Running Time
72 m.
Country
Iran-France
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