Scorpion [aghrab] (1996) - (Jamshid Hashempur) Iranian Film Poster F, NM $55 *

Pictured is an Iranian promotional poster for the 1996 Bahruz Afkhami film Scorpion starring Jamshid Hashempur.

Size: 12.5" x 26.5"

Price: $55

Condition: Folded, Near Mint

Pictured is a 12.5" x 26.5" Iranian poster designed by Maryam Sabagh to promote the 1996 Behruz Afkhami film Scorpion [aghrab] starring Jamshid Hashempur based a story by Nasser Shamloo with cinematography by Rasool Ahadi. Plot summary: Through one of their leaders in the Baluchestan area some arms and narcotics smugglers asked Captain Yekeh Taz to let them move their goods through the region in exchange for a huge sum of money. The captain agreed to this but after receiving the money, on the appointed day he attacked the smuggling caravan with full force and arrested them. The smugglers killed the captain in retaliation. Commando Zolfaghar Hosseini [Jamshid Hashempur], who had been previously appointed by the captain to fight the smugglers, took action. He put on a disguise and with the cooperation of Rahim [Hassan Rezai], a prisoner accused of killing a famous smuggler, he made his way to the hideout of the inernational narcotics brokers. The two of them tried to establish a relationship with the narcotics dealers by presenting themselves as arms merchants, but the smugglers were suspicious of what Zolfaghar was saying so they separated him from Rahim and tried to kill him. However after a lot of fighting in which Rahim was killed, Zolfaghar gathered the necessary information for police intelligence. Unfortunately the smugglers held him prisoner in the mansion hideout. The police surrounded the hideout and after a long battle and the release of Zolfaghar, the police arrested a number of the criminals and also killed some of them.

This item is available for immediate shipment. It is variously known to the public as a Scorpion poster, a Scorpion film poster and a Scorpion movie poster.

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