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The documentary "The thousand-year-old charmers" is a historical review of Iranian art with the magic of images. The initial beginning and its growth over time are displayed in the form of paintings and works of different eras with details of life such as love, worship, dances, and battles. The connection and continuity of these works have shown themselves in the general view of the social life of Iranians in the apogee and perigee of history. This documentary begins with images of nature inside a cave and shows the most primitive drawings left by humans on the cave walls. After that, the artworks of different historical periods are depicted along with the sounds that show their aliveness, and hidden concepts and meanings are expressed in them, such as empathy, mysticism, and love.
Documentary and Experimental Cinema Development Center
Reza Darianush, Ramin Eshragh