I Am Nasrine

Feature Film

NOMINATED: BAFTA 2013
WINNER: Brooklyn Film Festival
HD, RED One, 2012

Writer/Director: Tina Gharavi Producers: Tina Gharavi & James Richard Baillie

Nasrine could be, and is, any teenager. Events throw her world into revolution as circumstances beyond her control change her life forever. In this coming of age story we meet a young woman who is doing her best to understand herself, find a better world, and to deal with the consequences of the politics around her. Through an uncompromising intimate portrait which recalls such films as 400 Blows (Truffaut, 1959), Rosetta (Dardenne Brothers, 1999), and Whale Rider (Caro, 2002) we follow Nasrine as she finds out who she is and what she wants from life. However, this freedom has a price. In this coming of age story Nasrine discovers importantly the cost of precious things— belonging versus being different from the rest— and how difficult it is being an individual. I Am Nasrine: A film about love, finding oneself & the eternal search for home.

 

Supported by:

Bridge + Tunnel Voices
Northstar Ventures

 

Release Date:

2012