A Hell of a Wedding (Iran/ France, 2016, Color, DCP, 3D, 1:2.35, SR, 94 mins. )
Children are not allowed to attend a wedding reception and they are sent to a cottage at the end of the garden. The children find out that the hosts are drug dealers so they decide to disrupt the wedding ceremony and then the adventures begin…
Director’s Profile: Born in Tehran in 1969, Seyed Reza Khatibi Sarabi studied Dramatic Arts in Paris from 1990 to 1995. In 1995, David Le Roch directed one of Khatibi Sarabi’s screenplays entitled LE PETIT MARCEL. He wrote and directed LES BEAUX LENDEMAINS DE TEHERAN / 7 DYAS IN TEHRAN, an Iranian-French co-production, in 2002, made IT’S QUIET IN THE TOWN, ISN’T IT? in 2007 and co-wrote Mohammad Ahmadi’s HOW THE ORCHESTRATE IS CONDUCTED? in 2008. After his second feature film, ENCLOSE, he made A HELL OF A WEDDING which garnered some awards at different film festivals in South Korea and Belgium.
Written and Directed by: Seyed Reza Khatibi Sarabi
Producer: Mohammad Ahmadi
Cast: Alireza Khamseh, Mir Taher Mazloomi, Naemeh Nezamdoost, Morteza Zarabi.
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