VAT2019 I 230
SynopsisThis film has a certain direct relevance, to the times we all live in. The film’s story thrives against a background of the rapid changes in our natural and social environment, and how the natural ecosystems such as forests are changing. In that sense, this film takes stock where we are and where we are going, for it helps the audience to gain an appreciation of the magnitude and implications of ecological changes. Building a restaurant in the forest brings about changes to the ecosystem and the eagles leave the hunt and go down to the ground to feed the restaurant's waste.
Original Language
Guilan, IRAN
Director Bio
Reza Golchin is a freelance photographer and filmmaker, living in Iran’s Rasht city. He has been working on documentary photography as well as filmmaking, concerning social subjects. He seeks to artistically capture the in-depth look of the stories and structures around the drama of real life. Reza believes that good storytelling can bring mundane or difficult subjects to life, and wants his work to demonstrate that good films can be both rigorous and entertaining.

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