During the Iran-Iraq war, a television cinematographer, having financial problems, needs to get a loan from the TV to complete his half-built flat so one of his colleagues suggests him ... See full summary »
The Glass Agency is the story of a war veteran living in post war Iran. It depicts veterans who are suffering from social problems after the war. Society does not understand them and the ... See full summary »
Because of him being in strange positions and situations, a man is several times mistaken as other, usually famous people; and now must explain himself to a judge as he has been arrested for impersonation.
Saeed who is suffering from injuries that he received in the Iran-Iraq War, is sent to Germany for treatments. In Germany, he meets his sister and her German husband. Saeed and his sister ... See full summary »
A Tehran mullah-in-training struggles to take care of his ailing wife and their children in this profoundly moving melodrama. A film of near-universal appeal, it puts a human face on Iran's... See full summary »
What appears to be a grand love story turns sour when parents-to-be discover that their unborn child will likely be born with serious birth defects, as a result of the mother's exposure to ... See full summary »
"No Men Allowed" is one of the funniest and best comedies I've ever seen. Peyman Ghasemkhani's script is full of tips and funny references. The best thing of the movie is Vishka Asayesh who played Ms. Darabi completely realistic. Rambod Javan after "Adam boy , Eve girl" has made another perfect movie about man and woman wars. The main story is really great because writer and director knew what they really want. Trough the film there are lots of funny moments which contains a huge point to social problems. I think the main problem of the film is the second half of it where things change faster and film lose its beginning. But watch it and I promise, you won't regret.
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