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We All Have to Die| 25mins
Director: Hamideh Sharifrad | Producer: Hamideh Sharifrad
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: Iran, (IR)
Subject Tags: belief, culture, human body, middle east, relationships, religion
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
When I was 18, my grandpa died. Then I, with the camcorder we had at home, started making a film on his funeral, and the family's reaction to the matter and so forth. Since my dad was in complete disagreement with what I was doing, he ruined almost all of the shots and with the few I had left, I couldn’t make a film. A while after that, I have written several scripts (scenarios) and short stories directly dealing with death, and the main subject of my photography has been death. Three years ago, my grandma’s illness and its following death, which was painful enough for me, gave me the chance to make a film. Now it was me and my camcorder, and my family who had finally become used to me and my camcorder taping every moment.
We All Have to Die | 25mins

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