Iranian movie are perhaps not so highly rated on the IMDB site, perhaps because of the audience’s inability to watch subtitled movies, and perhaps for any other reason. As far as browsing through the list of top 5 movies from the viewpoint of the users of IMDB site, we can see that there is only one Iranian film on the table and it is not a movie except the rare separation from Simin Asghar Farhadi – with Oscar winning more international film.
10. About Elly
About the title of a movie made by Asghar Farhadi is a product of Year 6 of Iran. About Ali After the screening and the show, he was praised by critics and the public. Silver Bear was awarded the Best Director of the Berlin International Film Festival. Asghar Farhadi followed a style of realism about Eli and led to a new wave in Iranian cinema….
9.Redhat and Cousin
A boy travels a long way from his village to Tehran to work as a showman in a kid’s show; but finds it harder than he thought.The red-hat, who has grown up, is studying, but his playfulness causes him to drop out of school. His attempt to get a job also doesn’t work, until he decides to go on television by watching television and watching Mr. Moderator’s program. A red hat travels to Tehran for a cousin, and with the help of a cousin, he goes to television, where he is trying to rid Mr Mariah of his interest in marriage, but causes some problems
amoun (Also Romanized as Hamoon, Hamun, Hāmoun, Hāmoon, and Hāmun) is a 1989 psychological drama film directed by Dariush Mehrjui. The film tells the story of a middle-class Iranian – Hamid Hamoun, played by Khosrow Shakibai – and his struggle after his femme fatale wife, Mahshid, played by Bita Farrahi, demands a divorce from him.
7.Where Is the Friend’s House?
Where Is the Friend’s Home ? is a 1987 Iranian drama film directed and written by Abbas Kiarostami. The title derived from a poem by Sohrab Sepehri, it is considered the first installment in Kiarostami’s Koker trilogy, followed by Life, and Nothing More… and Through the Olive Trees, all of which take place in Koker, Iran.
The film tells a deceptively simple account of a conscientious schoolboy’s quest to return his friend’s notebook in a neighboring village, since, should his friend fail to hand it in the next day, it is likely he will get expelled. Hence this film has been seen as a metaphor for the sense of civil duty, about loyalty and everyday heroics. The traditional beliefs of Iranian rural people are also depicted.
6. The cow
The story begins by showcasing the close relationship between a middle-aged Iranian villager Masht Hassan and his beloved cow. Hassan is married but has no children. His only valuable property is a cow that he cherishes as the only cow in the village. When Hassan must leave the village for a short time, the pregnant cow is found dead in the barn. Hassan’s fellow villagers fear his reaction and cover up the evidence of the death and tell him upon his return that his cow has run away. Finding great difficulty confronting the loss of his beloved cow, as well the loss of livestock that affects his social stature at the village, Hassan gradually goes insane following a nervous breakdown and believes he is the cow, adopting such mannerisms as eating hay. His wife and the villagers try in vain to restore his sanity.