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Berlinale selects Iran’s “Tattoo” for Generation 14plus

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Berlinale selects Iran’s “Tattoo” for Generation 14plus

TEHRAN – Iranian director Farhad Delaram’s short film “Tattoo” has been selected to screen in the Generation 14plus section of the 69th Berlin International Film Festival – Berlinale, the organizers announced on Saturday.

The film is about a young girl who wants to renew her driving license but she is sent to the traffic police center for her tattoos.

The film will compete with 31 other short films from 21 countries, including “Leaking Life” by Shunsaku Hayashi from Japan, “Liberty” by Faren Humes from the U. ocodile” by Jorge Yudice from Spain and “Kids” by Micheal Frei from Switzerland.

The festival will run in the German city from February 7 to 17.

Photo: “Tattoo” by Iranian director Farhad Delaram.


 

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