SLY

By Kamal Tabrizi

Ghodrat Allah Samadi’s ultimate goal is becoming a parliament member, however, he has a history of taking arbitrary actions. He decides to negotiate with fundamentalist parties and figures, but no one takes him seriously. After a while, he becomes famous. Due to his fame, a reformist party tries to include his name in its parliamentary election list, but when he is disqualified by the Guardian Council, he begins to take some illegal actions and then escapes to Turkey. In Turkey, he joins monarchists, but then remembering his past, he feels ashamed and returns to Iran.

Details
  • Genre
  • Country
    Iran
  • Year of Publication
    2018
  • Duration
    90 min
  • Aspect Ratio
  • Film Type
    DCP
  • Sound System
    stereo
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Cast & Crew
  • Directed by

    Kamal Tabrizi
  • Written by

    Aidin Sayar Sarie
  • Produced by

    Javad Nooruzbeigi
  • Director of Photography

    Ali Tabrizi
  • Editor

    Sohrab Khosravi
  • Costume Designer

    Shideh Mahmoud Zadeh
  • Production Designer

    Behzad Adineh
  • Sound

    Bahman Ardalan
  • Music

    Bamrani Band
  • Make-up

    Azim Faraiin
  • Cast

    Hamed Behdad, Vishka Asayesh, Azadeh Samadi, Mani Haghighi.
Director's Biography

Kamal Tabrizi

Born in 1957 in Tehran, Kamal Tabrizi is internationally best-known for his MATERNAL LOVE which won many prestigious awards in Berlin, Cairo, Montreal, Zlin, Seoul, etc. A graduate of cinema from the College of Cinema and Theatre of Arts University, Tabrizi began his film career as cinematographer, screenwriter, editor and director of short films in 1979. Tabrizi directed his debut feature, THE PASSAGE, in 1988, but his LEILY IS WITH ME established him as a successful cineaste in the national scene. He also made some TV series – i.e. LEILY IS WITH ME and THE AGE OF REBELLION. His ground-breaking venture, THE LIZARD, was a domestic box-office hit and received the audience award in Fajr and the best Asian film award in Montreal 2004. In 2005, Tabrizi made A PIECE OF BREAD which brought him the best director award from Spiritual section of Fajr International Film Festival. In 2008, he presented two crowd pleasers: THERE’S ALWAYS A WOMAN which won Audience Award at Fajr 2008 and TV Series SHAHRIAR, portrayal of a contemporary poet, which marked a successful attempt in Iranian television.

Feature Films: 1988-The Passage; 1990- On The Altar Of Love; 1993- End Of Childhood; 1995- Leily Is With Me; 1998- Maternal Love; 1999- Sheyda; 2003- Wind Carpet; Sometimes Look At The Sky; 2004- The Lizard; 2005- A Piece Of Bread; 2008- There’s Always A Woman; 2010- The Reward; 2011- Calm Streets; 2014- Sensitive Floor; 2015- Sweet Taste of Imagination; 2016- Mina’s Option, 2018- Sly.

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