- Duration85 min
Mina, the director of the film, and her grandmother Nurijan never got to know each other because Nurijan died before Mina was born. Despite this, the two women still have a lot in common. In an internal monologue Mina gradually reveals more about her grandmother's tragic story and unveils the secret of her mysterious death, which the family refuses to speak about even today. Until it becomes clear that generations of women face the same struggle and the fate of the Mina and Nurijan is inextricably linked. Mina wants to embolden her grandmother and rewrites her family history. Her monologue and reappraisal of her family's history is a tribute to the struggle of generations of women before her and an appeal for a better future for the women of Iran.
Screening in partnership with SheFest
The Art of Living in Danger is screening in Sheffield on Saturday 17 October at 8:15pm
The Art of Living in Danger is available only on Doc/Player from Saturday 17 October at 10:15pm until Thursday 29 October at 11:59pm. Please note, the film will not be available on Selects.
- Director(s): Mina Keshavarz
- Producer(s): Gerd Haag
- Country: Germany, Iran
- Language: Farsi
- Premiere status: World Premiere