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Assistant director Amir and director Babak Sepehri go to the filming location. On the way to the filming location, the director realizes that his assistant is not feeling well and seems to be hiding something from him. “Perhaps yesterday, to escape loneliness and remove distances and borders, he resorted to social networks and other means of communication. شد. It seemed that loneliness was supposed to become a bitter and distant memory. But that was not the end of the story. Mass media and social networks revealed feelings, thoughts and the most private personal information, and this was not and is not the whole reality. Because of this breadth of connections, continents, countries, and cities continue to grow closer and closer, and we, the inhabitants of the global village, are getting farther and farther away every day. “I hate the morning dawn” is the result of my concern about the consequences of these distances and loneliness. In this day full of catastrophes and ugliness, what is portrayed in front of us is bitterness, despair and darkness. I find a more complete interpretation of life in the midst of hard and cold days that invites us to peace and a sweet smile, and that is life itself. The film “I hate the dawn” is the result of the kindness and trust of a group of dear friends and colleagues who stayed with me during the difficult days with all their love to turn an idea into an image. Perhaps in times of distance and distance, having so many loved ones together is unparalleled. I was looking for an opportunity to thank my colleagues in the film for their friendship, if they were not, the words would still be on paper and there would be no “I hate the dawn” image. Perhaps in times of distance and distance, having so many loved ones together is unparalleled. I was looking for an opportunity to thank my colleagues in the film for their friendship, if they were not, the words would still be on paper and there would be no “I hate the dawn” image. Perhaps in times of distance and distance, having so many loved ones together is unparalleled. I was looking for an opportunity to thank my colleagues in the film for their friendship, if they were not, the words would still be on paper and there would be no “I hate the dawn” image.

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