I'm Taraneh, 15

I'm Taraneh, 15
Directed by Rasul Sadrameli
Produced by Mohammad Reza Takhtkeshian
Written by Rasul Sadrameli
Kambuzia Partovi
Starring Taraneh Alidoosti
Hossein Mahjoub
Mahtab Nasirpour
Milad Sadrameli
Music by Madjid Entezami
Cinematography Bahram Badakshani
Edited by Mohammad Reza Mouyini
Release dates
  • 2002 (2002)
Running time
100 minutes
Country Iran
Language persian

I Am Taraneh, I Am Fifteen Years Old (Persian: من ترانه ۱۵ سال دارم) is a 2002 Iranian film directed by Rasul Sadrameli. The film was selected as the Iranian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 75th Academy Awards,but it did not make the final shortlist.


Fifteen-year-old Taraneh, whose widowed father is in jail, refuses the unwanted attentions of carpet salesman Amir - until Amir's mother, at the insistence of his son, talks Taraneh into accepting Amir's marriage proposal. However, instead of a typical marriage, the union is in form of a temporary religious ceremony or "sigheh." Within four months the couple realize that they are incompatible, they divorce and Amir emigrates back to Germany. When Taraneh discovers that she is pregnant she decides against all advice and intense social pressure, to keep the baby.


Awards and nominations

Year Group Award Recipients and nominees Result
2002 Fajr Film Festival Crystal Simorgh Award – Best Directing Rasul Sadrameli Won
Crystal Simorgh Award – Best Makeup Ali Abedini Won
Crystal Simorgh Award – Best Screenplay Kambuzia Partovi, Rasul Sadrameli Won
Crystal Simorgh Award – Best Actress Taraneh Alidoosti Won
Diploma of Honor – Best Actress in Supporting Role Mahtab Nasirpour Won
Locarno International Film Festival Bronze Leopard – Best Actress Taraneh Alidoosti Won
Special Prize of the Jury – director/producer Rasul Sadrameli Won
Youth Jury Award: Environment is Quality of Life Rasul Sadrameli Won
Golden Leopard Rasul Sadrameli Nominated
Thessaloniki International Film Festival FIPRESCI Prize Rasul Sadrameli Won
2003 Brisbane International Film Festival Interfaith Award Rasul Sadrameli Won

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