Considering the characters of the film and the space they live in, I have tried, more than anything else, to tell the story in a true manner.
I have lived with the people of the “Iron Island” and know them well. I have tried to approach a realistic image of the life of these people in their painful condition that I have witnessed in the face of every single one of them. The “Iron Island” is a beautiful island…and life goes on despite the problems…
Born in 1973 in Shiraz, Mohammad Rasoulof is a graduate of sociology from Shiraz University and studied editing in Sooreh University in Tehran. After making six short films and assisting many directors, his first feature, THE TWILIGHT received worldwide acclaim.
Friday (40 min) Short doc-fiction 1991
The Pin (21 min) Short doc-fiction 1993
Seven Dreams (25 min) Short doc-fiction 1994
Ten Seconds More (20 min) Short doc-fiction 1995
The Glass House (24 min) Short doc-fiction 1997
Evening Party (1 min) Short doc-fiction 1999
The Twilight (83 min) Feature 2002
Iron Island (90 min) Feature 2005