Tuesday 16 April 2024
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About Majnoon Press Conference

About Majnoon Press Conference


The press conference for the movie “About Majnoon” was held on Monday, February 5, 2024, after screening, while the director Mehdi Shamohammadi referred to Sajjad Babaei as the best choice for Zeineddin’s character.
The meeting was also attended by other cast and crew including Abbas Naderan (producer), Ali-Reza Mahsouli (writer), and several actors and actresses of the movie.
At the beginning of the conference, the attendees stood up in respect of Martyr Zeineddin’s family and gave them a round of applause.
Naderan, the producer of the film, said that Mr. Majid Entezami – the composer of the movie — attended the festival today only out of respect for the young generation of filmmakers and apologized to the reporters for not being able to participate in the meeting.
He went on to say that he believed the movie had managed to attract the attention of most of the viewers, and those who watched the movie came out of the theater pleased & satisfied. Based on the feedback, he predicted that the cinema goers would welcome the movie.
Shamohammadi, the director of the film, in response to the question that martyr Zeinuddin suffered an injury in his leg, but it was not in the film, explained: I have been making documentaries and war documentaries in particular for 20 years, and somehow I found myself an expert in this field. No one has been as zealous for documentary cinema as I am for fiction cinema. I tried to reach the documentary and the documentary in the form of a story. So that the audience is witnessing a fictional cinema, but at some moments feel that they are watching a documentary film.
Shamohammadi stated that speaking in front of the family members of Martyr Zeineddin is very hard.
Babaei, an actor in the movie, said he had a month to lose weight to play in the role.
The movie “About Majnoon” depicts the Zeineddin brothers. The two brothers, Mehdi and Majid, who fought in the Iraq-Iran war and were martyred on November 18, 1984.

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