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27th International Film Festival

for Children and Young Audience

8 – 15 OCT 2022


Original title: Bazigosh-ha
German title: Aufs Spiel gesetzt
85 min
Children´s Film
Iran (Islamic Republic of)
from 8 years
2021 | European Premiere
Direction: Nadereh Turkamani


2021 | Children´s Film

Additional Information

During the summer holidays, Shahin, Ramin and their friends want to start a village football team. They have neither jerseys nor shoes, but a plan: they want to fatten geese and sell them for a lot of money at the market. The sack of grist, which the boy Emad has placed in front of his door, is just what they need. Emad is new to the village. He moved there with his mother after his father died. Although he is an excellent football player, he does not make any friends. On the contrary! Shahin and Ramin only think badly of the newcomer, all the more, when their geese die after eating the fodder which proves to be toxic for them. The boys vow vengeance and kidnap Emad’s parrot Jigar. At first, they just want to hide the bird for a few days and teach Emad a lesson, but then they decide to sell Jigar. Fortunately, there is hairdresser Yunes. He wanted to be a professional footballer as a child, but had to abandon his dream when his mother fell ill, and he was forced to earn money. Now he offers to coach the children. Will he also manage to settle the dispute among the boys?