Bright House

March 2024

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“Imagine life is like a movie, then; you would see the world as you want to.” It’s a philosophy that works well for forty-year old Roshan until he is totally broke, his wife Maryam, asks for a divorce and he loses custody of his six-year-old daughter her. Roshan finds himself moving to the other side of his pretend camera. Now it is time to do something and prove he is not the person he used to be anymore. He must do something. 

Writer and Director: Rouhollah Hejazi
Director of Photography: Morteza Najafi
Editor: Meysam Molaee
Music: Bamdad Afshar
Sound Editor: Amirhosein Ghasemi
Sound Recorder: Rashid Daneshmand
Cast: Reza Attaran, Sara Bahrami, Siamak Ansari
Producer: Rouhollah Hejazi, Javad Norouzbeigi 
100 min, 4K, Surround 5.1, Color, Country of Origin: 2021, Iran
Language: Kurdish with English subtitles

Age Rating: 15 


Born in Abadan in 1979, Rouhollah Hejazi is an Iranian film director, writer and producer. He directed short films and television dramas before making his debut feature film “Among the Clouds” in 2008. His films have won many awards in national and international film festivals including NETPAC Award from Asia Pacific Film Festival for “Wedlock” and Grand Jury Prize from Palm Springs International Film Festival for “Among the Clouds”. 

  •  Among the Clouds 2008 
  • The Private Life of Mr. & Mrs. M  2012
  • The Wedlock 2013
  • Death of the Fish 2015
  • The Dark Room 2018
  • Roshan 2021

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