During a demonstration, with the assistance of a man named Manouchehr, Fereshteh succeeds to get rid of the security forces. After victory of the revolution, they accidentally meet each ...
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Mahtab is suspicious of her husband Ahmad, a university professor. As she tries to unravel the mystery instigated by Sima, a close friend of the family, by pressuring Farnoosh Kheirkhah, ... See full summary »
Mohammad Reza Forutan,
Mahmoud (Mohammad-Reza Foroutan) is a railway welder whose job keeps him far from home and his young wife Pari (Niloofar Khoshkholgh), who has a nervous disorder that falls under the ... See full summary »
Mohammad Reza Forutan
Olfat is raising her children in hardship. She has one daughter and one son called Yonos who works in Kerman copper mine. One day, she finds a note at home with this massage "My friends and... See full summary »
Bahram Farzaneh is a writer who because of lack of ideas can not write anything. But suddenly because of a car accident a melody comes to his mind which makes him want to dance and makes him eager to write once again.
Mohammad Reza Golzar
Shiva (Hanieh Tavassoli) is the family head and looks after her little son, Amir Ali; a witty and playful boy, in the absence of her husband, Behzad (Reza Attaran) who has committed a ... See full summary »
Mohammad Reza Shirkhanloo
Ali is an Iranian exchange student from Iran who is studying medicine as a cardio resident in Mumbai. By chance, he saves the life of one of his classmates Karishma, who has attempted ... See full summary »
Mohammad Reza Golzar,
During a demonstration, with the assistance of a man named Manouchehr, Fereshteh succeeds to get rid of the security forces. After victory of the revolution, they accidentally meet each other and consequently get married despite disagreement of Fereshteh's family. Coming back from the honeymoon, they are encountered with a new situation altering all the peoples' lives. The men should go to the war front for defending their country after the invasion of Iraqi Army to Iran.Written by