Soleiman who is unemployed is going from his village to the city to find a work. He take his younger brother Namaki who has schizophrenia with him and go to his other brother Morad's home ... See full summary »
Khosro Amir Sadeghi
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 »
Khosrow (Shahab Hosseini) who is a bi-polar man is forced to live in his brother's house Nasser, as his guardian and sister goes abroad for a while. The brothers soon find themsleves in friction due to the challenging behavior of Khosrow and quesrionable moral decisions by Nasser.
A young university professor, who leads a quiet and reclusive life and fills his life with reading and teaching literature, meet a young girl who has altered the course of her life for the ... See full summary »
Tomorrow is Samira's wedding ceremony and Bahar and Parisa are shopping excitedly. But at night somebody calls and tells them that the bride is dead and the wedding has been called off. ... See full summary »
A corrupt, six-fingered detective is sent to recruit a retired assassin now living a secluded life as a calligrapher to assassinate a prominent government official known as Hezardastan who has stolen jewels from a member of the royal family. However, the calligrapher one-ups the detective and holds him as his prisoner and tortures him. The calligrapher begins to reflect upon his life gone by, and... See full summary »
On a background of terror and superstition, the movie foregrounds the tragic marriage of Mohtaram, a woman who suffers from epileptic seizures during her pregnancy.
Shabe- Bist O Nohom (The 29th Night) is an Iranian horror movie which depicts the tragic marriage of Mohtaram and Haj Esmaal. This movie is considered the first (and probably the best)fully fledged horror in Iran since it masterfully mingles folklore, superstition, and terror. It is best known for its creation of genuine- as opposed to artificial- fear in its audience. It is also famous for its psychological view on human nature and the way that the dark side overcomes the light one, especially in its depiction of the character of Atefeh, the evil woman who horribly haunts Mohtaram's mind. In its creation of a regional thriller that really absorbs the audience, this movies can rival the best horror movies ever produced.
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