Raving Iran and Nur
Film - Thursday 22 June 2017
|Donderdag 15 juni 2017
|Donderdag 22 juni 2017
Raving Iran en Nur, Kastanjelaan 500, 5616 LZ, Eindhoven
The film Raving Iran is preceded by the short film Nur. Note: Raving Iran is English subtitled.
"A young Middle Eastern man named Nur is captured by a group of terrorists, in accusation of conspiring against them. During a brutal interrogation, he tries to stay true to his morals, keep his ground and keep his dignity. Konfrontert med de mest vivid minner om livet i Europa, inklusive hans deportationsprocedure og de mest betydningsfulle øjeblikkene med sine venner. "
English spoken and in some scenes English subtitled
Blade & Beard call themselves the two DJs who carve on their way with their melodic 'deep house'. Illegal well-being, because Anoosh and Arash live in Iran, where the moral police forbids any kind of techno or house. Thanks to the underground music circuit, they know their beats to spread somewhat, but it's going to be difficult. Both of them speak to a normal existence, away from the illegality, but without concessions to their musical dreams. That can only be abroad, know the boys. When they get an invitation to come to Zurich at the techno festival Lethargy, it's time to make an important decision. Susanne Regina Meurs followed Anoosh and Arash between September 2013 and August 2014, a crucial stage in their lives. She establishes their existence in Tehran, where they must constantly be cautious and show how the boys experience freedom in Switzerland. For security reasons, mostly mobile phones were filmed. The result is a raw, but also poetic report of two boys at a crossroads in their lives.