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  1. "Unknown Beauty" is a moving documentary which portrays the lives of three girls in Iran who try to live independently and escape isolation. Despite their daily struggles in a country that offers them meager services, these Iranian girls embrace their disabilities and work hard to practice their artistic talents. Driven by their belief in God and a pure love of life often unknown to people who take the ability to move for granted, these girls have an endless hope for their future. 

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  2. This is a long version Trailer of the "In The Shadow of the Palm Trees".

    The Story:
    It was 05.26 am on the 26th of Dec. 2003 and most of people were still sleeping in the historic city of Bam, Iran, when the 6.6 Richter earthquake struck. A violent shaking tragedy that destroyed everything.

    Mehdi is one of those tens of thousands of victims who was trapped when the wall collapsed over his body. He became disabled during the earthquake.
    Because of this tragedy, he lost his wife and his younger son during the rubble. Now after 8 years, we see him in a wheelchair playing basketball with his teammates, whom have all become disabled because of this earthquake.

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  3. A demo of Documentary films produced and directed by Mahboubeh Honarian.

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  4. "Unknown Beauty" is a moving documentary which portrays the lives of three girls in Iran who try to live independently and escape isolation. Despite their daily struggles in a country that offers them meager services, these Iranian girls embrace their disabilities and work hard to practice their artistic talents. Driven by their belief in God and a pure love of life often unknown to people who take the ability to move for granted, these girls have an endless hope for their future. 

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  5. This documentary brings to light the life of one of the most well known names in the last generation of traditional handmade rug producers in Iran. Hossain whom had lived for seventy years in Isfahan, became disappointed and bored of his artifact career as modernization had brought an end to their art. He decides to set fire to all of his hand drawn patterns in order to destroy them and vanish them from his life. But an old friend finds him and motivates him to make a rug once again and that is when Hossain begins a new chapter in his life.

    The Documentary "I Am Still Alive" by Mahboubeh Honarian at the 6th "Cinema Vérité" Iran International Documentary Film Festival - Tehran 2012

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