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Killing Mad Dogs (2001)

Sagkoshi (original title)
While the post-revolution frenzy is at its peak in Iran, a woman attempts to help her secretive husband out of jail by settling his debts for him on her own.

Director:

Bahram Beizai

Writer:

Bahram Beizai
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Cast

Credited cast:
Mozhdeh Shamsai Mozhdeh Shamsai ... Golrokh Kamali (as Mojdeh Shamsai)
Majid Mozaffari ... Husband
Reza Kianian ... Partner
Mitra Hajjar ... Secretary
Dariush Arjmand ... Haji Naghdi
Ahmad Najafi Ahmad Najafi ... Nayeri
Enayat Bakhshi ... Saboori
Esmail Shangale Esmail Shangale ... Tajverdi's proxy
Ferdous Kaviani Ferdous Kaviani ... Tabanpoor
Jamshid Layegh ... Golrokh's father
Hassan Pourshirazi Hassan Pourshirazi ... Sergeant Naghme
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kazem Afrandnia Kazem Afrandnia ... Afrandi
Manoochehr Afsari Manoochehr Afsari
Kamran Bakhtar Kamran Bakhtar ... Sangestani
Mahmood Banafshekhah Mahmood Banafshekhah
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Golrokh an Iranian lady who is a talented author struggles to settle her presumably disloyal but amorous husband's debts that his business partner has caused and left him to bear the consequences. To revive his hiding husband, she puts herself through such a terrifying ordeal that shatters her dignity and honor only to figure out a sad fact about her husband. Written by Hossein sr

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one of the real drams
23 December 2004 | by m_gh_ghSee all my reviews

that looks really good film for you if you have lived in Iran for long time. this film points to some kind of customs and cultures in Iran needs you to be an Iranian if you want to realize it.for whom they are outside of Iran and they've heard about Iranian cinema this could not be an interesting movie. because they will not get what is going on. however most of people inside Iran really like it and that is one of the most beautiful films ever made. Mozhdeh Shamsai was playing very nice in this film as well as Reza Kianian, Darioush Arjmand and etc. this film contains a whole bunch of famous Iranian movie players inside. perhaps this is the reason film has a very strong structure to express its message for audiences. I gave it 95 out of 100. one of the best in Iranian cinema.


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Official Sites:

sourehcinema

Country:

Iran | France

Language:

Persian

Release Date:

16 December 2001 (Iran) See more »

Also Known As:

Killing Mad Dogs See more »

Filming Locations:

Tehran, Iran

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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