TEHRAN. (Iranart) – Iranian director Rasul Sadr-Ameli’s drama My Second Year in College will be screened in the official competition of the Moscow International Film Festival, the organizers have announced.
The film is about two close friends who go on an excursion to Isfahan. When one of them falls into a coma, the other one finds that any confrontation turns out to be a new challenge.
Twelve more films, including The Mover by Davis Simanis from Latvia, My Polish Honeymoon by Elise Otzenberger from France, In Search of Echo by Zhang Chi from China and Laughing by Valerio Mastandrea from Italy, will be competing at the festival, which will be held in the Russian capital from April 18 to 25.
Korean director Kim Ki-duk will preside over the jury, which is composed of Russia actress Irina Apeximova, Turkish director Semih Kaplanoglu and Italian writer Valia Santella.
Source: Tehran Times