Nilufar, a girl living downtown, is about to marry a man living uptown. But one day, soldiers come and plant barbed wire to separate the two towns. The life of the people, who have thus far enjoyed peace, now falls into severe chaos. Students must take classes with barbed wire in the middle of the classroom, and it becomes difficult to go to the hospital. However, the biggest problem is Nilufar's wedding. Kirill, the chief of the climate observatory, tries his best to facilitate her wedding, but then a terrible tragedy occurs.
Best Director, Audiences Prize | Kerala IFF, India, 2009
Audience Award | Fukoko IFF, Japan, 2010
CAST & CREW
Director of Photography
Hussein Mahdavi, Houra Maleki
Yuriy Nazarov, Nasiba Sharipova, Nasriiddin Nuriddinov, Shodi Soleh
Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation, Talko Management, The Swiss Agency for Development & Cooperation
Born 1966. He studied at Tajik State Institute of Art named after M. Tursun-Zadeh, Faculty of Directors (1983 – 1989). Participated in Rotterdamn IFF, Pussan IFF, Marrakech IFF, “Kinoshok” IFF, Santa Barbara IFF, etc. True Noon is his debut in feature film. From 2009 to 2011 he has been awarded Grand Prix of Innsbruck IFF, Austria; Best film & Best director in Fajr IFF, Iran, etc.
I Promised I Leave (1990), The Personal Life of Queen (1991), Tanker Tango (2005), True Noon (2009)