‘The Warden’ Screened for Visually Impaired in Iran

Habib Rezaei narrating the film "The Warden" for the visually impaired in a special screening on July 19, 2019, at Tehran's Charsou Cinematic Complex / Photo by Shahpar R.mat

For the first time in Iran, a film has been screened for the visually impaired people at Tehran’s Charsou Cinematic Complex.

The feature “The Warden” directed by Nima Javidi, was screened while more than 250 visually impaired people attended the event.

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The screening was attended by the founder of the Cinema of the Visually Impaired, Gelareh Abbasi.

Celebrities including Parinaz Izadyar, Habib Rezaei, Nima Javidi, Pouria Alami, Samira Hassanpour, Mahdi Rahmani and Farshad Azarnia were among the special guests.

Rezaei was the one who narrated the entire film for the audiences, making it possible for the visually impaired to feel the movie.

He later in a tweet described it as a fantastic experience. “The Warden was screened for the visually impaired and I explained all the scenes in which there was no dialogue.”

“The result was astonishing, and this experience cannot be described by words.”

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