Iran’s ‘Lullaby’ to be shot in France

TEHRAN, Dec. 24 (MNA) – ‘Lullaby’ a film by an Iranian director will be shot in France in spring of 2014.

Gholamreza Azadi, director and producer, told Mehr News that he would shoot ‘Lullaby’ early spring of 2014 in France.

“Majority of the film will be shot in France, since spring is the most favorable time when the events of the film would happen.

The sponsors have been known and we will shoot the film in France and then in Iran,” he added.

“I have preferred less famous actors and actresses, a thing I will do in ‘Lullaby.’

The film narrates the life of a girl who suddenly finds that his true parents are Iranian, thus I would prefer a bilingual actress to play the role in Persian and in French,” he said.

By Mehr News Agency

 

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