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Two Angels (2003)
"Deux fereshté" (original title)

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In the countryside of Iran, a poor fifteen year-old boy, called Ali, has frictions with his violent and retrograde religious father, Hussein. When Ali meets a shepherd playing Nay in the ... See full summary »

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Siavash Lashkari ...
Ali / Sohrab
Mehran Rajabi ...
Ali's father / The sheperd
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Azar's mother
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Hassan Nahidi ...
Néy master
Fahimeh Rahimnia ...
Ali's mother
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In the countryside of Iran, a poor fifteen year-old boy, called Ali, has frictions with his violent and retrograde religious father, Hussein. When Ali meets a shepherd playing Nay in the field, he falls in love with the music and steals the musical instrument from the man. He tells his mother that he is interested in leaning how to play the Nay and his mother sends him to a music school in Tehran. The naive Ali befriends the wealthy student of Daf Azar, who is also enthusiastic about music. When Hussein discovers that his son is playing the Nay, his stupidity leads the family to a tragedy. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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An impressive Iranian film about youngsters passionate about music.
20 April 2007 | by (Paris,France) – See all my reviews

This is the début feature by Mamad Haghighat. He is a respected Iranian film critic and historian, author of "Histoire du Cinéma Iranien", ("A History of Iranian Cinema"), published by the Centre George Pompidou in 1999. Mr. Haghighat has contributed enormously towards the promotion of Iranian cinema in France. For his first film, he has chosen "Music" as its theme. For many it is a thorny issue as it is believed that it is forbidden in Islam to play music. "Two Angels" is about the lives of two youngsters who are passionate about music. One of the characters is a poor boy from country side. He is interested in playing a musical instrument called "Ney" which is similar to a flute. Although his deeply religious father is against the idea of music, he gets support from his sympathetic mother. This boys shares his passion for music with a rich girl too. It is she who helps him enroll for music lessons with fatal consequences ......... For "Two Angels", Mamad Haghighat who is based in Paris since 1978, had complete artistic freedom. This is the reason why this film is aesthetically quite different from other Iranian films for children produced by KANUN (Iranian Institute for the Development of Children and young Adults)


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