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.
This movie is about a strict girls high school whose faculties are all female. After the maternity leave of a chemistry teacher, the principal has to bent the rules for the presence of a male teacher in the girls high school.
Barareh Night's is the current rage of Iranian TV. It is really stupid if you are not familiar with current Iranian culture. If you are, then it is funny: the ridiculous accent, the silly scenarios, the jealousy, bribery, and petty vindictiveness. It's all funny.Written by
Shabhaye Barareh, is a mirror to Modern Iran, the struggle of tradition and contemplation. It is through this struggle that Modiri (the director) makes us to laugh, and to enjoy our time. There is a lack of pretension, a sincerity and a candor in all the scenes which makes us to love People of Barareh, to laugh at them, to criticize them, and to see ourselves in them. A show that you will not regret to watch it twice!!! The story is seen through the eyes of Keyanoosh, a Journalist who seeks to change and modernize this forgotten village as he too like the audiences is stuck with something within these people, and he keep asking: "Do you know why I am here!!!" . And no one does!! It is a world of imagination and reality, or a paradox!!.
9 of 12 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this