Shah’s dedicated cameraman passed away at the age of 92

Of course, his mother couldn’t afford it, so to finance the trip and his studies, as soon as he got his baccalaureate, Petros left for the Kavir desert, in northern homeland, to work in a sulfur mine. There are hundreds of minors there, mainly convicts “who have been given a second chance”. Backbreaking work, but one that pays well, according to Petros. It will nevertheless take him a year and a half to amass the savings necessary for his project.