Two greats: Behrouz Veossoughi acting, Dariush singing


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I love Roozbeh Bemani (the poet)

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The good behavior of the people, warms our heart and make us thankful.....  And the bad ones, just make us to recognize and appreciate the good ones!


Reminds me of

by Doctor mohandes on

Seene zani dar Ashura. This song!!

Reminded me also of My debts...


For me...

by Benyamin on

I believe the best iranian movies I have ever watched for before or after revolution are:(the drumes) "Sooteh Delaan" and "Kandoo". I must confess that I like most of Behrooz Vosooghi`s movies but those two are the best. I amnot a big fan of Gheysar I believe it is more in the line of Islamist or somehow it encourages them.

But thanks for the memories Darush.

Nader Vanaki

Classic جواد

Nader Vanaki

بهروز وثوقی آخر تمام جوادهای عالم در این فیلم و پایه گذار نسل جوجه جوادهای فعلی.  سینمای ایران بدون نام او قدری نامفهوم می شود.

Dirty Angel

az har chi in sedaye jighvihe rohooziye ahmaghaneye in bashare

by Dirty Angel on

dariush nam badam miad, I admire every move of the disciplined trained talent of Vosooghi in whatever role. Thanks for the footage.


"Stuff happens and some, one way or another, get stuffed"

dingo daddy En passant

One of my favorites

by dingo daddy En passant on

Great movie. He was the first Iranian "badass" in cinema.

maziar 58


by maziar 58 on

For the nostalgic 70's clip and his superb performances was second to none.

eeyde o sale nu mobarak .        Maziar


My favourite iranian film.

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

I've watched it many times. Very entertaining, yet not trashy as the films of that era. I like the acting and filming techniques. Vosooghi is indeed a very good actor. The lady acting opposite him is very beautiful. (Pooran  Banai I think her name was?). Music, just wonderful.

I have a collegue at work, a man in his late 50's, originally from Tajikestan. I was surprised to hear from him that he saw and enjoyed this film as a teen ager in Tajikestan (during Soviet era). He also told me that this was a major hit in most southern soviet republics at the time, even some non farsi speaking.  

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


What a freedom we had those days

by عموجان on

How ever you want to look at it.