My Sweet Pepper Land is a 2013 Kurdish-language internationally co-produced drama film directed by Huner Saleem. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. It was nominated in the 7th annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards for Achievement in Directing for Huner Saleem and Best Performance by an Actress for Golshifteh Farahani.
|My Sweet Pepper Land|
|Directed by||Huner Saleem|
|Written by||Antoine Lacomblez|
|Produced by||Marc Bordure|
|Edited by||Clémence Samson |
|Distributed by||Memento Films (France)|
In a remote village in Iraqi Kurdistan lives the Kurdish patriot Baran who since recently serves as a policeman. He cannot help but provoke the local villain Aziz Aga and finds himself supported by an attractive lady named Govend who works as a teacher.