TEHRAN, Apr. 28 (Mehr News Agency) -- Iranian director Puran Derakhshandeh plans to change some scenes of her latest film "Nocturnal Emissions" in order to obtain a screening license for Iranian movie theaters, ISNA reported on Thursday.
She and her crew are currently on location in northern Iran shooting the new scenes.
Every Iranian movie production is required to obtain a screening license from the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance.
"Nocturnal Emissions" focuses on the problems of the transition from childhood to adulthood. It tells the story of Arash, a 16-year-old boy whose parents are divorced and who lives with his mother, but who later chooses to live with his father due to some problems.
The film was screened in the Guest Films section of the 24th Fajr International Film Festival in Tehran last January.
Faramarz Qaribian, Flor Nazari, Sufi Kiani, Babak Ansari, Homayun Ershadi, Sharareh Dowlatabadi, and Majid Moshiri are the main members of the cast.
Derakhshandeh's credits include "A Candle in the Wind", "Relationship", "The Lost Time", and "Love without Frontier".
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