Day Break Trailer

Day Break Trailer (2005)

09 September 2005 Drama, Foreign 84 mins

Since the Islamic Revolution in Iran, capital punishment is carried out according to Islamic law, which gives the family of the victim ownership of the offender's life. Day Break - based on a compilation of true stories and shot inside Tehran's century-old prison - revolves around the imminent execution of Mansour, a man found guilty of murder. When the family of the victim repeatedly fails to show up on the appointed day, Mansour's execution is postponed again and again. Stuck inside the purgatory of his own mind, he waits as time passes on without him, caught between life and death, retribution and forgiveness.

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Cast

Hosein Yari

as Mansour

Zabi Afshar

as Hashem

Hoda Nasseh

as Atifeh

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

Canada 09 September 2005

France 12 February 2006

Iceland 06 October 2005

Thailand 21 February 2006

United States 29 April 2006

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