Rough Men [مردان خشن] (1971) - (Fardin) Iranian poster
Pictured here is a 23.5" x 35.25" inch Iranian poster by an unknown designer printed by the E'an House of Advertising to promote the- 1971 Saber Rahbar film Rough Men [mardan-e khashan] [Pictured here is a 23.5" x 35.25" inch Iranian poster by an unknown designer printed by the E'an House of Advertising to promote the- 1971 Saber Rahbar film Rough Men [mardan-e khashan] [مردان خشن] starring Fardin based on a screenplay by Ahmad Najibzadeh with cinematography by Shokrollah Rafii. The film was produced by Studio Mehregan. The stone structure in the background on the poster is the Falak-ol-Aflak Castle in the city of Khorrambabad, Lorestan Province, built under the Sassanid Dynasty (226-651). Plot summary: Ayaz is hostile to Nasir's family so he plots to have the head of the family thrown in prison. Nasir [Fardin] sets out to get revenge but he is driven out of the city by Ayaz. Nasir meets a public gymnast and learns some strongman exhibition stunts. When he returns he kidnaps Ayaz's daughter and ties her to a wagon so he can rape her. Ayaz frantically pursues Nasir but falls off a roof and dies. Nasir changes his mind and ends up marrying the girl he loves.
Cast and crew: Mohamad Ali Fardin, Saber Rahbar, Ahmad Najibzadeh, Reza Arham Sadr, Jamshid Mashayekhi, Lili, Reza Abdi, Mohammad Rexa Rafi'i, Firuzeh, Arezu Ghaffari, Reza Hushmand, Khalil Oghab