Reza and Sadegh-Khan are two old friends who are engaged in illegal activities. On the first day after his wedding, Reza is arrested carrying the dead body of one of his friends. He is sentenced to jail. Years later, he is freed, lives in a little town. A letter arrives from Sadegh that invites him to his Son’s wedding and asks Reza for doing him a favour. But in Tehran, Reza finds out this is just a trap and a plan for his elimination as the only witness of Sadegh’s dark past… –IMDB
Masoud Kimiai (Persian: مسعود کیمیایی) is an Iranian director, screenwriter and producer. He was born in 1941 in Tehran, Iran.
Kimiai started his career as an assistant director and made his debut, Come Stranger, in 1968. With his second film, Kaiser (1969), he caused a historical change in Iranian film industry. The film became a great success at the box office and opened the way for many young, talented filmmakers who never had a chance in the industry before. His films deal with people in the margin of the society with his anti-hero characters that die at the end. Many directors of commercial films imitated his Kaiser/ Qeysar for about 6 years, but in the last decade he focuses on young antagonists. He usually writes his screenplays, using slang dialogs based on ordinary traditional people’s dialect. In 1991 he was awarded a prize in 41st Berlin International Film Festival for his Snake Fang (Dandan-e-mar).This was his sole international prize, but he has received many prizes… read more