US MLFF to host Iran's 'Cold Breath'

TEHRAN, May 01 (MNA) – Iranian film 'Cold Breath' by Abbas Raziji will go on screen at Mammoth Lakes Film Festival in the US.

Cold Breath recounts the story of Maryam who has passed thirty. The woman was born as a girl, passed her puberty like a boy and in the way of love and subsistence she tried hard her every day just like a male.

Paul Sbrizzi, the director of MLFF, wrote in his note that Cold Breath is a beautiful and surprising movie with unusual but real and credible characters.

MLFF is a five-day festival that screens independent features and shorts in the spectacular setting of Mammoth Lakes—California's premier mountain resort, high in the Eastern Sierras from May 24 – 28, 2017, Memorial Day weekend.

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