I’m not an Actress

I’m Not an Actress | G-art Brand

Filmmaker’s statement

I’m not an actress- a narrator of women affected by drugs in Iran and other countries.

The film is about an actress who goes through drug addiction to learn about addiction and conducts a research to play this role. It turns out that she is unable to understand the problems that exist for addicted women. 

In the film, we’ve tried to portray the problems faced by women involved in drug addiction. The actors/actress and filmmakers who want to make a film in this genre needs to do a lot of research before making a film that is believable to viewers. But it is to be noted that drug addiction will ambush any individual once they make the wrong decision- it does not matter if they are literate, illiterate, rich or poor.


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