In Iran, though the judiciary system mandates capital punishment for dealers, whatever the amount of drug sold, the ranks of addicts are swelling. There are now 6,5 million drug users in the country. After several years of investigation, Samad, a cop with a rough and dubious approach, finally manages to find the infamous drug kingpin Nasser K., and thinks the case will soon be closed. But things do not quite go according to plan…
Born in 1989 in Iran, he graduated from Soureh University with a Bachelor in Directing. Often focusing on the issues of social injustice and women’s condition in Iran, he then wrote, produced and directed two short films: Monday (2011) and Ceremony (2012). He made his feature debut Life and a Day in 2016, which won many awards. Just 6.5 is his second feature film.
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