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Rêves de sable

Rêves de sable

A Feature film by Sepideh Farsi

Produced by Rêves d'Eau Productions

Release in France : 12/01/2005

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Actors (8)

Production and distribution (2)

Executive Producer :

Rêves d'Eau Productions

French distribution :

Les Films du Paradoxe


The wind sweeps across arid fields.
A hazy shape appears on the horizon.
An old truck makes its way down the road.
Behind the wheel, his hair blowing in the wind, sits Ousta, an elderly truck driver dreamer.
Beside him: Omid, a ten-year-old boy, and Malieh, a young woman entranced by the countryside.
They’re haunted by a dream.
A donkey weighed down by its heavy load, waits to cross the road.
A young boy who washes windshields runs along the asphalt.
The sun is unrelenting and people are exhausted.
An old car decorated with flowers and colored ribbons exits from a side street, transporting a young bride and groom.

Photos (4)

Full credits (10)

Executive Producer :

Javad Djavahery

Director of Photography :

Mohamad-Reza Sharifi

Press Attaché (film) :

Matilde Incerti

Sound editor :

Dora Manzorou

Music Composer :

Ardeshir Kamkar

Screenwriter :

Sepideh Farsi

Sound Recordist :

Mehran Malakouti

Editor :

Bonita Papastathi

Production Designer :

Sepideh Farsi

Sound Mixer :

Christian Fontaine

Technical details

Feature film

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Coproducer countries :

Iran, France

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Nationality :

Majority French (Iran, France)

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Runtime :

1 h 22 min

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Visa number :

109 041

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Audio format :

Dolby DTS

Posters (1)


Festival Selections

Rotterdam International Film Festival - 2004

Rotterdam International Film Festival (Netherlands, 2004)


Main Program Section Feature Films