No Date, No Signature

mspiff-2018-no-date-no-signature-still-1.jpg

Showings

St. Anthony Main Theatre 5 Fri, Apr 13, 2018 4:45 PM
St. Anthony Main Theatre 5 Sun, Apr 15, 2018 6:40 PM
St. Anthony Main Theatre 5 Fri, Apr 27, 2018 9:50 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$14.00
Members:$11.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$8.00
Youth (25 & Under/Box Office Only):$8.00
Film Info
Original Title:Bedoone Tarikh
Bedoone Emza
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:World Cinema
Spotlight: Chasms and Bridges
Tags:Crime
Culture & Society
Drama
Social Justice
Western
Iranian Interest
Voice Category:Drama-rama!
Release Year:2017
Runtime:104 min
Festivals & Awards:Best Director
Best Actor - Venice Film Festival
Special Jury Award
FIPRESCI Prize International Competition - Thessaloniki Film Festival
Best Screenplay - Stockholm Film Festival
New Directors Competition - Chicago International Film Festival
Best Director
Best Supporting Actor - Fajr Film Festival
Country/Region:Iran
Language:Farsi
Website:Official Website
Print Source:Distrib Films
Trailer:https://vimeo.com/240348359
Cast/Crew
Director:Vahid Jalilvand
Producer:Ali Jalilvand
Ehsan Alikhani
Cinematographer:Peyman Shadmanfar
Screenwriter:Ali Zarnegar
Vahid Jalilvand
Editor:Vahid Jalilvand
Sepehr Vakili
Composer:Peyman Yazdanian
Principal Cast:Navid Mohammadzadeh
Amir Agha’ee
Hediyeh Tehrani
Zakiyeh Behbahani
Sa’eed Dakh
Alireza Ostadi
Filmography:Wednesday
May 9 ('15)

Description

Guilt overcomes in No Date, No Signature, a study of classes and conscience as one man’s obsession with the truth causes a downward spiral from which he may not be able to climb out.

While on his way home from work, forensics doctor Kaveh Nariman is nearly hit by a reckless driver and, in the chaos, hits a motorcycle carrying Moosa, Leila, and their children. Moosa and Leila are uninjured, along with their daughter, but their young son, Amir Ali, hit his head in the accident. Brushing off a hospital visit, Dr. Nariman and the family go their separate ways, only for the former to discover the next day that one of the incoming bodies at the morgue where he works is the young Amir. Fellow colleague Dr. Sayeh Behbahnani deduces that the boy’s death was due to botulism caused by eating cheap chicken, but Nariman remains convinced that he is at fault and that it was the motorcycle accident that ultimately caused it.

Director Biography

Vahid Jalilvand Vahid Jalilvand is a director, screenwriter, actor and film editor from Tehran, Iran. He graduated from Tehran University with a degree in Theater Directing and is an accomplished theater actor. He both directed and acted in his first feature-length film, Wednesday May 9 (‘15).

 

 


Sponsored by: