Ibrahim is a nightclub singer who, like other singers of that era and is being removed from the scene with the 1979 revolution. Eventually he becomes the singer of various ceremonies but he doesn't agree with them to be called Motreb.
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An Iranian family who goes to Istanbul, Turkey. Ibrahim is a nightclub singer who, like other singers of that era, is being removed from the scene with the 1979 revolution. But since Ibrahim was not well-known at the time, he cannot become a Los Angeles singer. Eventually he becomes the singer of various ceremonies. They just don't agree with us and tell us Motreb.Written by
With over 38 billion Tomans selling it became the highest grossing film of all time in Iran's local box office beating Hezarpa (2018) to the second place. See more »
Really a piece of garbage and an insult to Iranian art. It is in particular insulting towards Iranian musicians outside of Iran who depsite all the hardship and being banned in their own country, managed to keep Persian music alive for 40 years in exile. Truly shameful.
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