Iranian film to be screened in Pakistan
Islamabad, An award winning Iranian film 'Taste of Cherry' directed by Abbas Kiarostami will be screened in Pakistan's Islamabad on October 20.
'Mandwa Film Club' is organizing the film screening at 'Pakistan National Institute for Folk and Traditional Heritage' (Lok Virsa) media center in Islamabad.
The film 'Taste of Cherry' released in 1997 resolves about a man, who drives through a city suburb, in search of someone who can carry out the task of burying him after he commits suicide.
Kiarostami's style in the film is notable for the use of long shots, such as in the closing sequences. He creates distance for the audience from the characters to stimulate reflection on their fate.
The film was awarded the Palme d'Or at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.
Earlier talking to IRNA, Pakistan National Council of Arts (PNCA) Film Club Coordinator Aijaz Gul said that Iranian cinema has been one of the main enthralling and appealing cinema industry in the world and has gained special status among the world's cinema industry with its unique and innovative film directing techniques.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA