Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Shark of the South کوسه جنوب Iraj Ghaderi 1978 Iranian film poster

Shark of the South (1978) - (Iraj Ghaderi) Iranian one-sheet

This is a 27.5" x 39" Iranian poster designed by Bateni for the 1978 Samuel Khachikian film Shark of the South AKA Koose-ye Jonoob written by Amir Ghavidel and Bahman Zarrinpour and starring Iraj Ghaderi as Akbar. Plot summary: Akbar, Nader, Abbas and Reza, who have been good friends since childhood, all want to achieve an aspiration. Abbas and Nader are wearing uniforms, Akbar joins his uncle's smuggling gang and Reza, who is paralyzed, does not wish for anything other than to continue his friendship with the other three. Reza's sister Masoumeh and Akbar have been interested in each other since they were children. Akbar gains credibility among the members of the smuggling group and gets the nickname Shark. While transporting a shipment of smuggled goods Akbar kills a gendarme and goes to Abbas's house wounded. Abbas turns him over to the police and he is sentenced to death in court. Masoumeh visits Akbar and becomes engaged to him. Before the execution she asks that Nader serve as one of the excecutioners.

Cast and crew: Samuel Khachikian, Amir Ghavidel, Bahman Zarrinpour, Iraj Ghaderi, Morteza Aghili, Aram, Shahab Askari, Mansoor Khaki, Khashayar, Hassan Rezai, Karmen, Asghar Bichareh, Javaneh Jalilvand, Iraj Safdari, Vartan Tomas

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Monday, November 27, 2017

Panic هراس Jafar Dehghan 1987 Iranian film poster

Panic (1987) - (Jafar Dehghan) Iranian poster

This is a 26.5" x 39" Iranian poster designed by Bateni for the 1987 film Panic written and directed by Shahriar Bahrani and starring Jafar Dehghan as Ibrahim. The story is set in the time of the Iran-Iraq war. Plot summary: The officials at the Saudi embassy give a briefcase containing confidential documents to enemy domestic agents for transport across the frontier. The briefcase falls into the hands of the police and after they break the code it becomes clear the enemy intends to bomb a border village with chemicals. A reconnaissance team is sent to Kordestan to find out what is happening, but the village is bombed anyway and a large number of its residents are killed. Enemy soldiers arrive in gas masks and clash with the reconnaissance team. Reinforcements arrive and the enemy are annihilated.

Cast and crew: Shahriar Bahrani, Bateni, Jafar Dehghan, Ardalan Shoja-Kaveh, Faramarz Shahani, Seyed Ahmad Miralaie, Zohreh Zarehei, Akbar Mansour Fallah, Attaollah Soleymanian, Farid Keshan Fallah, Ali Yazdani, Ruhollah Baradari, Rahim Babaei, Kazem Haghighatjoo, Fairouz Lotfian, Habibollah Rajabali, Mohsen Babaei

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The Stone Lion شیر سنگی Ali Nassirian 1987 Iranian film poster

The Stone Lion (1987) - (Ali Nassirian) Iranian poster

This is a 26.5" x 38.75 Iranian poster designed by Shaqaqi for the 1987 film The Stone Lion written and directed by Massood Jafari Jozani and starring Ali Nassirian as Aliyar. The story is a costume drama set in southwestern Iran in the 1920s; the film won the award for best screenplay, best sound mix and best music and was nominated for best film at the 1987 Fajr Film Festival in Tehran. Plot summary: The body of an Englishman killed with a scythe is found laying across some oil pipes in the Bakhtiari tribal area. Kuhyar, [Ali Reza Shoja-Nuri] son of clan chief Aliyar [Ali Nassirian] and Khodamorad, [Ali Farhadi] a maker of stone lions, find the corpse and bury it. An agent named Ameri [Valiollah Shirandami] is sent to the area to investigate the murder and arrest the killer. He is guided by a British diplomat and thinks Kuhyar is the murderer. There is a dispute between him and Namdar Khan, [Ezzatolah Entezami] who is related to Aliyar and the chief of another clan. Just as the diplomat wants, their argument leads to an unwanted war and the death of Aliyar, the British diplomat the deaths of government soldiers and the killing of Ameri.

Cast and crew: Massood Jafari Jozani, Ali Nassirian, Shaqaqi, Ezzatolah Entezami, Valiyollah Shirandami, Ali Reza Shoja-Nuri, Hamid Jebeli, Ahmad Hashemi, Shamsi Fazlollahi, Azita Lachini, Fahimeh Rastegar, Sogand Rahmani, Asghar Hemmat, Ataollah Zahed, Mir Salah Hosseini, Abbas Nozari, Behzad Rahim Khani

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Sunday, November 26, 2017

Whirlwind گردباد Faramarz Gharibian 1985 Iranian film poster

Whirlwind (1985) - (Faramarz Gharibian) Iranian poster

This is a 13.75" x 19" Iranian poster designed by Heddat for the 1985 Kamran Ghadakchian film Whirlwind written by Alireza Davoudnejad and starring Faramarz Gharibian. Plot summary: The Americans blow up the nuclear waste buried in a village in Khorasan and the cows there are also killed. The radiation from the explosion cause a young herder to become afflicted with a serious disease and his cows also die. Abdullah and his brother's wife, also from the village, leave the area because they are afraid of getting the same disease. Abdullah takes his brother to a hospital in the capital with help from one of the people of his province. A combat physician reports the situation to the head of the hospital. The Security Organization and the Americans, who are afraid of publicity, decide to take the young herder abroad or eliminate him. The combat physician gets word of this and with the help of Abdullah and his friend from the province they kidnap the patient at the hospital and treat him. Security Organization agents pursue them and kill Abdullah's friend from the province and his brother. Abdullah is angered and smashes the windows of the leader of the American group's automobile.

Cast and crew: Kamran Ghadakchian, Alireza Davoudnejad, Faramarz Gharibian, Jamshid Mashayekhi, Mohamad Motie, Iraj Rad, Soraya Hekmat, Ahmad Hashemi, Khosro Amir Sadeghi, Sam Gharibian, Soheyla Razavi, Amir Hosseijn Khanshahri, Fereydoon Aboo Zia, Ahmad Nasr, Mokhtar Saeghi, Mohammad Taghi Sharifi, Tayyed Sherafati

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Daughters of Eve دختران حوا Ahmad Ghadakchian 1961 Iranian poster

The Daughters of Eve (1961) - (Ahmad Ghadakchian) Iranian poster

This is a 27.25" x 19.5" Iranian poster designed by Dargu for the 1961 film The Daughters of Eve written and directed by Saeed Neyvandi and starring Ahmad Ghadakchian. Plot summary: Following a common pattern, a young man named Parvin [Ahmad Ghadakchian] from an outlying municipality looking for work and a better life comes to Tehran and moves into a crowded apartment building. He soon becomes enamored of a neighbor girl [Vida Ghahremani] who also has another admirer. Before long his rival falls in love with another girl and then the two couples marry at the same time.

Cast and crew: Saeed Neyvandi, Dargu, Ahmad Ghadakchian, Vida Ghahremani, Hamideh Kheirabadi, Ali Mahzun, Faridah Nasiri

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The Shores of Anticipation ساحل انتظار Fardin 1963 Iranian film poster

The Shores of Anticipation (1963) - (Fardin) Iranian poster

This is 19.5" x 27.5" Iranian poster for the 1963 film The Shores of Anticipation written and directed by Syamak Yasami and starring Fardin; nominated for the Grand Prize at the 1963 Moscow International Film Festival. Plot summary: Qasem Khan [Akbar Khajavi] thought he owned part of the ocean and got into a clash with some fishermen over fishing rights. Everyone joined the fight and after Qasem Khan's people dispersed the fishermen they confiscated the fish they had caught. After his son Masoud [Mohammad Ali Jafari] attacked him and said his claim to ownership of part of the sea was unconscionable Qasem Khan drove him out of the house; he took refuge with the people. Ahmad [Fardin] liked Kazem's [Gholamhossein Naghshineh] daughter Maryam [Forouzan]. Ahmad went to sea fishing with a group of fishermen but the sea was tempestuous and he turned up missing. A girl named Ghazaleh [Tahmine] living near the beach with her father [Ali Zandi] found Ahmad washed ashore unconscious; she looked after him with his broken leg. In Ahmad's absence Masoud began teaching literacy to the local people and got close to Maryam, who was pregnant with Ahmad's child; Masoud married her to save her honor and told everyone he was the father of her child. Some time later Ahmad came back to his coastal home, but Maryam preferred living with Masoud. Ghazaleh was waiting for Ahmad after Maryam left him alone on the beach.

Cast and crew: Syamak Yasami, Mohamad Ali Fardin, Mohammad Ali Jafari, Tahmine, Ali Zandi, Taghi Zohuri, Akbar Khajavi, Gholamhossein Naghshineh

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Saturday, November 25, 2017

Like Wind چون باد Hossein Kazbian 1988 Iranian film poster

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Like Wind (1994) - (Rena Owen) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 24.5" x 36.5" poster designed by Manochehr Abdollahzadeh for the 1988 Mohammad Ali Sajjadi film Like Wind written by Hossein Jaffarian and Mohammad Ali Sajjadi and starring Hossein Kazbian. Plot summary: After finishing school and saving his wages working in a factory, Morteza wants to get a bicycle. His father Rahim, who is opposed to his son working, advises him to study next year's lessons. However Aqabozorg, Rahim's father, is in favor of Morteza working. The mother also more or less supports the son and finds him a job at a press factory. Following an argument with his son Rahim, Aqabozorg leaves home in anger. He is a calligrapher trying to reconstruct an old inscription with his friend Aqanazir. Because of his age Aqanazir falls off some scaffolding and dies. Aqanazir's relatives blame Aqabozorg for his death. Aqabozorg is distressed and goes into hiding. Morteza, who likes Aqabozorg, goes looking for him with one of his colleagues named Abdollah. Aqabozorg gets his leg broken in an automobile accident. Rahim, who cannot pay the hospital costs, sees his son paying for Aqabozorg's treatment. After his release from the hospital Aqabozorg sells one of his costly possessions and buys Morteza a bicycle.

Cast and crew: Mohammad Ali Sajjadi, Hossein Jafarian, Hossein Kazbian, Hamid Labkhandeh, Mehdi Mayamei, Ozra Ebdali, Behzad Nasr Esfahani, Fazel Ajboori, Dariush Babaian

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Caught گرفتار Akbar Zanjanpour Iranian film poster

Gereftar (1987) - (dir: Mansoor Tehrani) Iranian ne-sheet

This is a 27" x 38.75" poster for the 1987 Mansoor Tehrani film Caught AKA Gereftar written by Iraj Baghayi and starring Akbar Zanjanpour. Plot summary: A little boy named Qorban lives in a coastal village. The village is beside an island known as Ghosts Island. They say it has tall buildings where calm and peace prevail. Some time ago one of the villagers named Fathollah went to the island with his son and never returned. Qorban went to the island without telling his family and there he encountered Fathollah and his son. They told him what the people think about the island is just imagination. Qorban's father and his friend Taleb go looking for Qorban. They encounter Qorban and Fathollah's son when they are on their way back to the village.

Cast and crew: Mansoor Tehrani, Iraj Baghayi, Akbar Zanjanpour, Ahmad Rajabi, Hossein Keyghobadi, Sami Tahasuni, Gohar Golkar, Shapoor Bakhshayi, Mohammad Taghi Sharifi, Nariman Shiri Fard

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Let Me Live بگذار زندگی کنم Mehdi Hashemi Iranian film poster

Let Me Live (1986) - (dir: Shapur Gharib) Iranian poster

This is a 13" x 18.5" Iranian poster for the 1986 Shapur Gharib film Let Me Live written by Shapur Gharib and Mehdi Ma'danian and starring Afsaneh Bayegan. Plot summary: A man named Farhad [Mehdi Hashemi] with two children divorces his wife Farideh [Afsaneh Bayegan]. He had a job as an accountant but he has now become unemployed. With his small children he moves in with his mother. Farideh goes to her father's home. She keeps busy working as a seamstress but neither of them is happy with the new situation. After some time the two regret their hasty action. With mediation by a neighbor man and wife and with the help of Farideh's little brother, they go back to living together as a married couple.

Cast and crew: Shapur Gharib, Mehdi Ma'danian, Mehdi Hashemi, Afsaneh Bayegan, Mahin Shahabi, Ahmad Ghadakchian, Mahbubeh Bayat, Mehri Vadadian, Kiumars Malekmotei, Fakhri Khorvash, Parvin Solaymani

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Thursday, November 23, 2017

Shabe Hadese شب حادثه Bijan Emkanian Iranian film poster

Shab-e Hadese (1989) - (Bijan Emkanian) Iranian poster

This is a 22.5" x 39" Iranian poster for the 1989 film The Night before the Accident written and directed by Sirus Alvand based on a story by Fereydoun Jeyrani and starring Bijan Emkanian as Amir Hossein Sanaifar. Plot summary: After the holidays Amir Hossein Sanaifar [Bijan Emkanian] and his wife Homa [Sogand Rahmani] are heading back to Tehran so Amir can get back to work on time at the telephone company. He takes Homa to her sister's home in Rasht and then heads for the capital. Driving at night he hits a young boy. Thinking he has killed him he leaves him on the road. In Tehran a man named Nader [Parviz Poorhosseini] informs him he has found his wallet at the accident site and that he is the boy's father. Years earlier Nader had lost a leg in an accident and he is now planning to torment Amir for fleeing the scene. Nader has also told Homa about what happened, which further damages the already troubled relationship between Amir and Homa. It gradually becomes clear Nader's son is alive and Nader is planning to get revenge against Amir and his wife. Nader's wife tells Amir about her husband's intentions. When Nader is about to kill Homa Amir turns up and saves her.

Cast and crew: Sirus Alvand, Fereydoun Jeyrani, Gholamreza Azadi, Bijan Emkanian, Parviz Poorhosseini, Sogand Rahmani, Gohar Kheirandish, Tayyeb Sherafati, Shapoor Bakhshayi, Mokhtar Saeghi

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Shangoul and Mangoul شنگول ومنگول dir: Parviz Sabri 1989 Iranian film poster

Shangoul and Mangoul (1989) - (dir: Parviz Saberi) Iranian poster

This is a 26.5" x 28" Iranian poster for the 1989 children's fantasy film Shangoul and Mangoul written and directed by Parviz Sabri. Plot summary: On a field trip a young schoolteacher named Mary [Afsaneh Bayegan] tells the story Shangoul and Mangoul to the children: The lion, as king of the jungle, sets up a contest between the wolf and the fox where he will hire the one who brings him delicious food the soonest. The wolf and the fox kidnap the baby goats (Shangoul, Mangoul and Grape). The wolf decides to eat Shangoul and Mangoul himself but the fox takes Grape to the lion. The mother goat goes looking for her children and she and other the animals of the forest restrain the wolf and the fox; the baby goats are returned to their mother safe and sound.

Cast and crew: Parviz Sabri, Afsaneh Bayegan, Hamid ABdolmaleki, Hassan Dadshokr, Nader Rajabpoor, Asadollah Monjazi, Fariba Motekhasses, Asadollah Yekta, Shabram Lasemi

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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Star and Diamond ستاره و الماس Soraya Ghasemi Iranian film poster

Star and Diamond (1988) - (Soraya Ghasemi) Iranian one-sheet

This is a 23.5" x 35" Iranian poster for the 1988 Siamak Shayeghi film Star and Diamond written by Davood Moslemi and starring Soraya Ghasemi as Mostafa's mother. Plot summary: A war-weary old man [Nematollah Gorji] takes his furniture and household goods to Tehran in a pickup to give to his daughter Karimeh [Fatemah Motamed-Aria]. On the way he is killed in an enemy air strike. Mostafa, [Hamid Jebeli] the driver of the pickup truck, decides to take the old man's property to Karimeh; he brings his own mother [Soraya Ghasemi] along. In Tehran one of the old man's trunks is stolen from the back of the pickup when Mostafa leaves it overnight in a parking lot. Mostafa complains to the police and they find it with difficulty. The mother gives the trunk, which is filled with wedding garments, to Karimeh. When she realizes the girl is living alone she arranges for her and Mostafa to marry.

Cast and crew: Siamak Shayeghi, Davood Moslemi, Soraya Ghasemi, Hamid Jebeli, Fatemah Motamed-Aria, Enayat Bakhshi, Manouchehr Hamedi, Nematollah Gorji

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The Grand Day روز باشکوه Ali Reza Khamseh 1989 Iranian film poster

The Grand Day (1989) - (Ali Reza Khamseh) Iranian poster

This is a 13.5" x 19.5" Iranian poster designed by Bateni for the 1989 Kianush Ayari film The Grand Day written by Farid Mostafavi and Kianush Ayari and starring Ali Reza Khamseh as Gol Aqa. Plot summary: In the years before the Iranian revolution, after winning the Asian Gold Medal a bicycling champion named Gol Aqa [Ali Reza Khamseh] received an enthusiastic welcome from his compatriots when he returned to his birthplace in the City of Semnan. The government officials in his town immediately ordered that he attend a meeting about welcoming the shah's sister Ashraf Pahlavi on her arrival in the city. The district governor [Ali Nassirian] and the military and security officials asked Gol Aqa to use his popularity to persuade the people to make the carpets in their homes available to the district governor for carpeting the welcome route. Gol Aga did not agree to this but after his fiancee's brother, who was a city journalist, was abducted to provoke him, he asked the district governor and the military officials to respond and invite the people to participate. Gol Aqa's father Os Khaled [Valiyollah Shirandami] was opposed to participation by his son and the people of the town in the welcome proceedings. This was why the royal family's welcome to the city was on the same day as the wedding. The people attended the grand celebration of Gol Aqa's wedding, but the only city residents present at the welcome proceedings were the district governor and the city officials.

Cast and crew: Kianush Ayari, Farid Mostafavi, Ahmad Alinejad, Saeed Amir Soleymani, Jamshid Hashempur, Ali Reza Khamseh, Gohar Keirandish, Mehri Mehrinia, Roohola Mofidi, Rooh-angiz Mohtada, Mohsen Mokari, Ali Nassiarian, Hassan Rezai, Valiyollah Shirandami, Iraj Tahmasb

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Tooba طوبی Parvaneh Massoumi 1989 Iranian film poster

Tooba (1987) - (Parvaneh Massoumi) Iranian poster

This is a 13" x 19" Iranian poster designed by Heddat for the 1989 film Tooba written and directed by Khosrow Malekan and starring Parvaneh Massoumi as Tooba Kazerooni. Plot summary: Tooba Kazerooni [Parvaneh Massoumi] and her husband Khalil Asadi, a narcotics smuggler, come to Tehran from the southern part of the country. She is given a seven-year prison sentence because she has unwittingly gotten caught up in her husband's illegal activities transporting narcotics. In Tooba's absence her husband is unable to manage so he sells their three-month-old daughter Ghazal to Fereydoun Behnam, [Iraj Rad] a painter. After serving her time Tooba looks everywhere for her husband and daughter. After much effort she finds Khalil living in a basement and inquires about Ghazal. Her husband tells her Ghazal died years ago. Tooba leaves the husband in anger. The man, who has repented and changed and is living in a life crisis, accidentally causes a basement fire. Severely burned and hospitalized, he tells the truth about what happened to Ghazal and gives Tooba the address of the painter who has her. The conflicts begin here and Tooba's life enters a new crisis phase.

Cast and crew: Khosrow Malekan, Parvaneh Massoumi, Iraj Rad, Afsaneh Bayegan, Mehdi Sabbaghi, Akbar Doodkar, Fatemeh Taheri

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Kani Manga کانی مانگا Faramarz Gharibian 1989 Iranian film poster

Kani-Manga (1988) - (Faramarz Gharibian) Iranian poster

This is a 38" x 53" Iranian poster designed by Heddat for the 1989 Seifollah Dad film Kani-Manga based on a screenplay by Seifollah Dad and Ahmad Reza Darvish and starring Faramarz Gharibian. Plot summary: An Iraqi aircraft crashes in Kordestan's Kani-Manga Mountains and its pilot gets away unhurt. A commando group under Captain Yavari is given the mission to capture the pilot. An armed Islamic Republic opposition group led by Kak Hushang also gets involved in an effort to save the pilot. The commandos clash with the members of the armed group and arrest the Iraqi pilot. Iraqi helicopters are sent to the region and get into an air battle with Iranian helicopters. The Iranians get the better of the Iraqis. Before dying Hushang admits that his old friend Yavari's brother was killed because of refusing to cooperate with his group.

Cast and crew: Seifollah Dad, Ahmad Reza Darvish, Faramarz Gharibian, Ali Sabet, Abdolreza Akbari, Kazem Afandnia, Nemat Afsharian, Mehdi Aryan-nezhad, Yadollah Fahimi, Aziz Hatami, Davoud Mavasaghi, Abolfaz1 Mirzai, Arsh Poor Zare'i, Reza Rooygari, Bahman Roozbehani, Mansoor Vala Magham

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Monday, November 20, 2017

The Passage گذرگاه Ali Shah Hatami 1986 Iranian film poster

The Passage (1986) - (Ali Shah Hatami) Iranian poster

This is an 11.5" x 17" Iranian poster for the 1986 film The Passage written and directed by Shahriar Bahrani and starring Ali Shah Hatami. Plot summary: During the Iran-Iraq War a soldier named Naser along with three of his comrades-in-arms (Ahmad, Qasem and Mohammad) are sent to the front to patrol and collect information. Naser gave his wedding ring to his fiancee Atefeh, to whom he had just become engaged, just in case he didn't come back from the fighting. To conduct the mission they were planning to take a secret route shown to them by a local guide, but the guide was killed by the Iraqis and the group was obliged to use the main route for reconnaissance. The mission to blow up a logistics bridge along the passage was conducted well but Qasem and Mohammad, who were wearing Iraqi uniforms, were shot as spies. Naser and Ahmad both escaped after being tortured by two Iraqis.

Cast and crew: Ali Shah Hatami, Shahriar Bahrani, Mojgan Bani-Hashemi, Rouhollah Baradari, Ahmad Zeinalzadeh

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Report on a Murder گزارش یک قتل Akbar Zanjanpour Iranian film poster

Report on a Murder (1987) - (Akbar Zanjanpour) Iranian poster

This is an 11.5" x 17" poster designed by Heddat for the 1987 Mohammad Ali Najafi film A Report on a Murder written by Hassan Hedayat and Alireza Raisian and starring Akbar Zanjanpour as Captain Kalali. Plot summary: During the Iranian revolution in 1979 Captain Kalali, an old member of the Tudeh Party, is released from prison. He decides to kill Keymaram, former head of the party's military wing, who betrayed the party and was now head of the Rastakhiz Party and the Isfahan Iron Foundry.

Cast and crew: Mohammad Ali Najafi, Akbar Zanjanpour, Hassan Hedayat, Alireza Raisian, Homa Rusta, Ghotbeddin Sadeghi, Nasser Hashemi, Mahnaz Afzali, Ali Asghar Garmsiri

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