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An Unfinished Film, For My Daughter Somayeh

  • Film Information
  • local_moviesTitle : An Unfinished Film, For My Daughter Somayeh
  • date_rangeYear : 2013
  • chevron_right Format : FULL HD
  • movie Category : Family Political
  • access_time Runtime : 90 min
  • perm_identity Director : Morteza Payeshenas
  • perm_identity Producer : Mohammad Shakibania


داستان فیلم Storyline

This Film is a story about the life of a family, named “Mohammadi” who has immigrated to Canada after the Revolution in Iran. Mustapha Mohammadi, father of the Family is a supporter of the “People’s Mujahedin Organization of Iran” and encourages his family members, mostly his daughter Somayeh to join the organization. Under her father’s influence, Somayeh who has seventeen joins the People’s Mujahedin Organization’s army in Iraq. After 30 years of supporting the organization, Mustapha regrets the cooperation. Now he is worried about her daughter’s life and heading Iraq to find her. This Film has been made by 500 hours of home video’s files which have been shot between the years 1992 to 2013.

An Unfinished Film, For My Daughter Somayeh
Crew
Director Morteza Payeshenas
Producer Mohammad Shakibania
Researcher Morteza Payeshenas
Writer Morteza Payeshenas
Cinematographer Morteza Payeshenas, Mostafa Mohammadi, Mohammad Rahimi
Editor Morteza Payeshenas
awards movie Awards and Honors
An Unfinished Film, For My Daughter Somayeh Best Editing Award 2nd Earth Day Film Fest USA 2015
An Unfinished Film, for My Daughter Somayeh Nominated for the Best Documentary Movie 8th Iran’s Film Critics and Writers Association 2015
An Unfinished Film, for My Daughter Somayeh Nominated for the Best Documentary Movie 13th Moghavemat (Resistance) Film Festival 2013
An Unfinished Film, for My Daughter Somayeh Imad Mughniyeh Special Prize 13th Moghavemat (Resistance) Film Festival 2013
An Unfinished Film, for My Daughter Somayeh Best Movie Award in the Political Section 7th Iran International Documentary Film Festival  (Cinema Verite) 2013
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