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Masud Kimiai


Massoud Kimiaei was born in Tehran in 1941. He became well known when in 1969 he directed his second film, Gheisar (1969), which was considered a turning point in the Iranian cinema; he depicted the ethics and morals of the romanticized poor working class of the Croesus' Treasure (1965) genre through his main protagonist, the titular Gheisar (1969)... See full bio »

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in Teheran, Iran

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Known For

Snake's Fang Director
(1990)
Crime Director
(2011)
Verdict Director
(2005)
The Red Line Director
(1982)

Filmography

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 2020 Khoon shod
 2014 Metropole
 2011 Crime
 2007 The Boss
 2005 Verdict
 2000 Protest (as Massoud Kimiayi)
 1999 Cry
 1998 Mercedes
 1997 Soltan
 1996 The Feast
 1995 The Trade
 1991 The Sergeant
 1990 Snake's Fang
 1989 The Lead
 1982 The Red Line
 1976 Ghazal
 1976 The Horse
 1975 Oriental Boy (Short)
 1974 The Deer
 1973 The Soil
 1972 Baluch
 1971 Dash Akol
 1969 Gheisar
 1968 Come stranger (as Massoud Kimiayi)
 1968 Mastooreh (Short)
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Alternate Names:

Massoud Kimiayi
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Trivia:

His wife was Giti Pashayi (famous singer, composer and actress). Googoosh, his second wife, was Giti's close friend who married Masoud after Giti's death. See more »

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