In this film the director showed Iranian various generations struggling but power and fame makes the way wrong. The film implies a story about making a movie by a director and problems in this way. In brief, we can watch two story in this film: the main story and the story of the movie that characters try to make. —IMDb Review
Bahrām Bayzāi (also spelt Bahrām Beizai, Bahrām Beyzaie, Persian: بهرام بیضائی, born 26 December 1938 in Tehran) is an Iranian film director, theatre director, screenwriter, playwright, film editor, producer, and researcher.
Bahram Bayzai is the son of the poet Ostād Ne’mat’ollāh Bayzāi 1 (best known by his literary pseudonym Zokā’i Bayzāi – ذکائی بیضائی). The celebrated poet Adib Ali Bayzāi, considered as one of the most profound poets of the twentieth-century Iran, is Bahram Bayzai’s paternal uncle.2 Bahram Bayzai’s paternal grandfather, Mirzā Mohammad-Rezā Ārāni (Ebn Ruh – ابن روح), and paternal great-grandfather, Mollah Mohammad-Faqih Ārāni (Ruh ol-Amin – روح الامین), were also renown poets.3
Bayzai is part of a generation of filmmakers in the Iranian New Wave, a Persian cinema movement that started in the late 1960s and includes other pioneering directors such as Abbas Kiarostami, Forough Farrokhzad, Sohrab Shahid Saless, and Parviz Kimiavi. The filmmakers share many… read more