0215 GMT February 23, 2020
The movies are screened in Istanbul University’s faculty of medicine as well as the city’s Marmara, Technical and Boğaziçi universities, IRNA reported.
Istanbul University’s students had interesting points to say after they watched 'A long summer' directed by Ali Khazaei Far.
Mrs. Amineh said that Iran’s cinema gives her a good feeling. Compared to American films, Iran attempts to introduce humane values and culture.
Hakan, a medical student, talked about the difference of Iran’s cinema with others saying that Iranian cinema is born from a national resistance. He specifically pointed out to the imperialism of the United States and added that Iranian cinema is standing for its people's identity and culture.
Some other students talked about patriotic ideas emphasizing that the process of Iranians’ battles shows that their sprites are strongly rooted in their beliefs.
'A long summer' is a narration of nationalistic spirits and caring for the values of the Islamic revolution.
The cultural attaché of Iran’s consulate in Istanbul Javad Amini was the only official who watched the film.
The film week kicked off without any special ceremony.