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Chicheka Lullaby

MA15+ Documentary

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Also showing at Newtown

Synopsis

“Chicheka Lullaby” is a music and anthropological documentary. It pictures the life story of the influential musician of south of Iran, Ebrahim Monsefi. He was an alternative artist in challenge with his society who lived a creative life with a strong sense of humor combined with depression. He died 20 years ago in poverty and drug addiction but created 100s of lyrics and recorded more than 200 songs with a small cassette player.

Persian Language with English Subtitles.

Dendy Newtown is proud to screen Chicheka Lullaby as part of the 10th Iranian Film Festival Australia. 

Release Date 10 June 2021
Running Time 1hr 52m
Rating MA15+ | Mature Audiences
Cast Ebrahim Monsefi, Rahman Rokni, Reza Koolghani
Director Raha Faridi

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