امام خمینی؛ آکتور سینما


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Fred
by Fred
18-Sep-2011
 

حاج جواد آقا شمقدری معاون امور سینمایی وزیر ارشاد نظام پربرکت که معرف حضور هنر نزد ایرانیان است و بس منورتان که هست؛ حاجی پس از آن فرمایش دو ماه پیش که " زندان‌های ایران مثل هتل است " ببینید اکنون راجع به "امام خمینی راحل" چی گفته:

"امام خمینی، با نگاهی تاریخی به سینما و هنرمندان، بنیانگذار تحولی در سینمای ایران شد.

انقلاب اسلامی جایگاه ویژه‌ای برای سینمای ایران قائل بود و امام خمینی راحل در بدو ورود به ایران با بیان جمله‌ای مهم، تاریخی و اثرگذار، تحولی نو در سینمای ایران به وجود آورد".

منتظرید ببینید آن "جملۀ مهم، تاریخی و اثر گذار " که مثل کوروساوا، تحولی نو در سینما به وجود آورد چه بوده؟

حاج آقا جواد خمارتان نگذاشته و گفته:

"امام در آن روز تاریخی با بیان اینکه ما با سینما مخالف نیستیم، با فحشا مخالفیم و سینما از مظاهر تمدن است که باید در خدمت مردم باشد، بر اهمیت سینما تأکید داشتند."

به عبارت دیگر؛ به فهرست بلند بالای القاب "امام خمینی راحل " میشود کوروساوای جماران و امام خمینی، آکتور سینما را هم اضافه کرد.

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Simorgh5555

Oh, Pendar Jan!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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"how is it now? I never went to the movies after the revolution"

Ah, the Achilles heel! So you've never experienced living in Iran after the Great Revolution? Don't bother you haven't missed much. You won't get the same access of quality education, healthcare and freedom which you were accustomed to under the rule of Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi.

You see Pendar jan, people like you and celebrity critics of the Shah such as Shamlou or Dariush Eghbali experienced the best periods of their career when they quite happily penned songs and poems criticising the 'tyranny' of the Shah who became a muse for them. At the same time the Shah tolerated a lot of them. You don' t go to the movies very often so add this to your reading list:

Letters to My Torturer: Love, Revolution, and Imprisonment in Iran

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Letters-My-Torturer-Revolution-Imprisonment/dp/1851687505

But getting back to the point of cinema censorship, after the revolution pictures of the Ayatoilet appeared everywhere; women couldn't sing in public and before each film you were subjected to 'bismillah o rahman al rahim' and other garbage in Arabics. 

Yes, the Shah did  his makesty the Shah first act before each film but public acts of deference to the monarchy as an institution can be found in lot of countries. Up to several years ago the National Anthem 'God Save the Queen' was played at the beginning and end of every broadcast on the BBC. Not a big deal.

But you know Pendar Jan, maybe after you finished your love affair with Israel take a ticket to Turkey and cross the border over to Iran where you can experience what its like to live there first hand. I've been both and after the 'Great Revolution' so why don't you?  


پندارنیک

"Terror cancer"

by پندارنیک on

After lights are off, you won't call me jan anymore, OK? and keep your hands to yourself................

On the subject of going to the movies..............Do you remember that the imperial anthem was played in the theatres and the audience had to rise and watch His Majesty doing his majestic act first?.......how is it now? I never went to the movies after the revolution, I mean the Great Revolution. 

Is the audience forced to chant Allaho Akbar, Khamenei rahbar and the rest of it?

And since it's the weekend..........Did you ever take a girl to the closest movie and to this day have no clue who played in it? You know what I mean? Or were you fighting the windmills before they were built?...any fun? any joy? something to attach you to the past?.............

Talk to me, keep looking at this chain in my hand swinging in front of your eyes.........and tell me............


Simorgh5555

BTW Pendar Jan about 'Going back'

by Simorgh5555 on

Have you ever thought of going back Pendar Jan after your Great Revolution? Maybe Golshiften decided to come here for the very things you take for granted. Whats good for Pendare Nik should be good for Golshiften and any Iranian including the freedom to post pro-IR sentiments on a website forum. We all want to go back to Iran once this evil Terror cancer is destroyed. 


Simorgh5555

They'll go back, my friend.........

by Simorgh5555 on

Golshifteh is doing pretty well for herself Pendar Jan. 


پندارنیک

"[T]he Award for Best Supporting Actor"

by پندارنیک on

They'll go back, my friend.........they'll go back...........As soon as their propaganda value dries up, instead of staring at their phone or checking their emails for a job offer in a soap commercial,  they'll line up at the Iranian embassies for their paperwork...............they will go back to their beloved homeland.....................

:))))))) for the supporting actor award..........Even a Jewish producer would have paid better than thirty silver, though........Pfffffttttttttttt 


Simorgh5555

The Iranian cinema had a

by Simorgh5555 on

The Iranian cinema had a giant leap forward after it was liberated from the tight grip of the SAVAK............Not an iota of doubt there..............

Which explains why its actresses are leaving

Golshifteh Farahani Says she Won't Return to Iran

http://www.payvand.com/news/08/oct/1199.html

 

Its actrresses are abducted in public and thrown into prison...

 

'Missing' Iranian actress in prison

http://english.aljazeera.net/news/middleeast/2011/07/201171912523143252.html

 

Which is why its directors are arrested and imprioned....

 

Iranian film-maker Jafar Panahi gets six-year sentence http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-12045248 Which is why they cannot show half-naked men or depict love triangles

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http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44488748/ns/world_news-mideast_n_africa/

 

 

The Terrorist Regime of the IR takes no credit for the advancement of cinema rather it is down to the ingenuity of film makers themselves who struggle making films which defy the censors by cunning allegories and hidden messages which take a swipe at the system. Given a repressive Islamic state such as Iran, whose founder Ayatoilet Khomeini was opposed to cinema and music , it is no wonder that films which are released from Iran garner attention at international film festivals. 

Oh, yes, and the Award for Best Supporting Actor  of the IR goes to............Pendare Nik.

Come on up Pendar collect your thirty pieces of silver!  

 

 


پندارنیک

The critic's corner...

by پندارنیک on

I always wanted to write something about Iran's cino-political component; and am using your witty blog to cut to the chase and go straight for the awards:

And the Oscar goes to:

Mohammad Mosaddegh..........for the best melodrama

Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.........for the best stunt

Rouhollah Khomeini..................for the best box office

or something like that.............(needs a lot of work, I know)

One thing is beyond argument though: The Iranian cinema had a giant leap forward after it was liberated from the tight grip of the SAVAK............Not an iota of doubt there..............