In this article, we have introduced the best Iranian films of D1400 that are currently being screened and you should not miss the opportunity to watch them on the big screen. .
Since the end of 1398, with the birth of Coronavirus due to the existing restrictions and the lack of public acceptance of movies being screened, less than a handful of good and remarkable films have been released and most producers have refused to show their films. . But since the beginning of autumn, with the increase in the vaccination rate against Corona, cinemas have slowly flourished, and with the release of films such as "Hero", "Patrol 3" and "Mansour" in November, families have returned to cinemas.
- Criticism of careless crime film; Terrible professional storytelling of cinematography
In December, with the release of interesting films such as "Everything", "Careless Crime" and "Atabay", the cinema box office was revived and in recent weeks, enthusiasm has revived. Cinema has come to life among cinema lovers. Due to the rapid and consecutive release of some expensive and important films in the last week of December, we will not see the release of a new film in January, and therefore in this article we have introduced the films that are currently being screened and watched in empty cinemas. Please do not.
- Director: Mohsen Gharayi
- Writers: Mohsen Gharayi and Mohammad Davoodi
- Actors: Parviz Parastavi, Hedieh Tehrani, Hadi Hejazifar, Baran Kosari, Mahtab Nasirpour and Pedram Sharifi
Inappropriate film is considered by many critics and film lovers to be one of the best films of recent years in Iranian cinema; A disturbing film that, while telling a fascinating and pleasant story that accompanies the viewer to the end, forces the viewer to think about some moral and fundamental social and personal issues. The film was highly acclaimed at last year's Fajr Film Festival and won five awards, including the Special Jury Prize and Crystal Simorgh for Best Adapted Screenplay. In addition to having a good script and a good tone, it also benefits from very good directing and editing, and the actors' acting is also flawless, and we see one of the best roles in the careers of Hadi Hejazifar, Parviz Parastavi and Hedyeh Tehrani. The film is a free adaptation of the famous play "Meeting the Old Lady" by Friedrich Durnmatt. They trust him completely and have entrusted him with an important part of the village work. Now, after years, a villager named Lily, who left his village because of the slanders of the people, returns as a nobleman to the village where he was born and promises the people that if he kills Amir, he will give them a lot of money.
- Director: Shahram Mokri
- Writers: Shahram Mokri and Nasim Ahmadpour
- Actors: Babak Karimi, Adel Yaraghi, Fariba Kamran, Razieh Mansouri and Siavash Cheraghipour
Reckless Crime has been one of the most successful Iranian films at international festivals over the past year. The film won the Best Screenplay Award at the 77th Venice International Film Festival. Shahram Mokri's fourth feature film constantly confronts the viewer with mezzanines, dialogues and repetitive events, but each time it does so from new angles and with different characters. Due to the necessity of storylines and storytelling, unlike his previous three films, we see cuts in this film, but the careless crime is still full of long shots. With this formal and narrative method, Macri seeks to create perspective in time and play with the audience's mind. In the crime, he carelessly went to the bitter incident of the fire in Rex Abadan cinema; A horrific incident in which several hundred innocent people are killed and the cinema, politics and culture of Iranian society are connected. Of course, in the crime, we do not witness the careless narration of the Rex Cinema incident in Abadan, but Mokri tells the bitter story by looking at it.
Shahram Mokri in his interview with Fred Film Radio on the sidelines of the Venice Film Festival 2020 told the story of careless crime as follows: "The story of careless crime is about a familiar event for Iranians. The day when a tragedy occurs in the history of our country. "Crime inadvertently in Black is not the story of the Abadan Rex Cinema fire, but it looks at it and makes a historical comparison between then and today in Iran."
- Director: Nikki Karimi
- Writers: Hadi Hejazifar
- Actors: Hadi Hejazifar, Sahar Dolatshahi and Javad Ezzati
Atabay is the best film of Nikki Karimi according to most critics and film lovers. This character-oriented film, thanks to the brilliant acting of Hadi Hejazifar, can accompany the viewer with the character of Kazem (Atabay) and introduce his concerns and preoccupations to the viewer. If we ignore the slightly hasty ending of Atabay, we are faced with a quiet romantic film that makes us think about ourselves and our relationship with others and take a step towards betterment. The Turkish language of the film also contributes to the uniformity of the tone and the believability of its emotional situations.
This film depicts the life of a middle-aged man named Kazem who lives in the village of Pirkandi in the city of Khoy. A student of architecture at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Tehran, he dropped out of university after an emotional breakdown and returned to his hometown. Kazem's sister burned herself in her youth and after that she is responsible for taking care of and raising her niece's son. Kazem is not relieved for a moment from the torment of thinking about love and his dead sister, but accidentally another woman opens her feet to her life and this is the beginning of the interesting events of her story and her transformation.
- Director: Morteza Farshbaf
- Writer: Morteza Farshbaf
- Cast: Mir Saeed Molavian, Mojtaba Pirzadeh, Iman Sayad Borhani, Sajjad Babaei, Hamed Nejabat and Pardis Ahmadieh
Toman The most different film of Iranian cinema this year Is; A high-pitched film, well-directed and memorable scenes that can occupy the viewer's mind for several days. The film was screened for the first time at the 38th Fajr Film Festival and won the Crystal Simorgh for Best Cinematography. Change yourself. Davood (Mir Saeed Molavian) is a worker in a dairy factory in Gonbad Kavous who, after learning how to bet, achieves relative success by investing in Tutu cards in a short period of time, and this is why he and his friends, Aziz (Mojtaba) Pirzadeh), Younes (Iman Sayad Borhani), Mohammad (Sajjad Babaei) and Ali (Hamed Nejabat) quit their jobs and spend their lives betting. Which one are you watching?
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