Iranian director to make “Lullaby” in France

TEHRAN, Oct. 14 (MNA) – Iranian director Gholamreza Azadi plans to make parts of his new film “Lullaby”, about a woman who faces an identity crisis, in France.

“Fifty percent of the film will be shot in France,” he told the Persian service of MNA on Saturday.

“Thus, a French company will finance part of the production,” he added. However, he did not refer to the name of the company.

“Lullaby” tells the story Paris-based woman who finds out that her parents are Iranian.

Azadi said that he will hire an Iranian actress who can speak French fluently. Members of the cast will also be selected from French actors.

Shooting will begin in spring.
 
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