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Fereydun Gole – Zir-e poost-e shab (1974)

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In one of his daily wanderings, Ghassem Siah, a young jobless guy who leads a street life, runs into a young American tourist girl who is spending her last day in Tehran. Without understanding each other’s words, they strike up a friendship and the girl accepts to sleep with him. But Ghassem doesn’t have a place of his own and the girl is to depart by the next morning. Together they set off on the glistening yet hostile streets of modernizing Tehran of the 70s, in a futile search of a corner of intimacy, while time is ticking away…. Read More »