Tehran Times, Iran
Aug. 30, 2006

TEHRAN -- Iranian composer Peyman Yazdanian finished recording some
parts of a soundtrack for Niki Karimi's "Escape" in Armenia, he told
the MNA on Saturday.

"I was familiar with her work style since I had composed a soundtrack
for her previous film 'One Night'," Yazdanian added.

The classic pieces of "Escape" soundtrack were recorded in Armenia
for better quality, he explained. "The soundtrack has been mostly
played by piano, flute, and cello."

"Escape" is the second film of Karimi as a directress and tells
the story of Shahrzad, a girl who has to make crucial decisions in
her life.

The film stars Karimi and Nilufar Khoshkholq.