Girl from Sari (1964) - (Soheila) Iranian film poster F, EX $150 *
Size: 26.75" x 19.5"
Condition: Folded, Excellent
Watch on YouTube (Hebrew subtitles) here.
Shown here is a 26.75" x 19.5" Iranian poster designed by the Cinema
Art Studio to promote the 1964 122-minute George Obadiah
black-and-white film Girl from Sari [dokhtar-e sari] starring
Soheila based on a filmscript by George Obadiah with cinematography by
Fereydon Ghovanlou. The film was produced by the Atlas Film
Company. Plot summary: After deceiving Setareh, Ahmad Khan went to
Tehran with his friend Masoud Khan to get a better position. Setareh
went to the home of Nosrat Khanom, who lived with her husband Akbar.
Setareh died while giving birth to a girl who was cared for by the old
woman and her husband. She named her Parvin. Parvin grew up and
developed a liking for Hushang, the son of Masoud Khan. Masoud Khan
opposed a marriage between his son and Parvin so he sent Hushang to
Hamburg. When Hushang returned from the trip, thinking that Parvin
was indifferent to him, he made plans to marry one of his village
workers named Nesrin. Nosrat and Akbar, who knew Parvin was pregnant
with Hushang's child, complained to him. In court Ahmad Khan hired
Hushang's attorney and convicted Parvin. Ahmad Knan, who knew Nosrat
and Akbar were not Parvin's real father and mother, realized with
further investigation that Parvin was his own daughter and after
expressing remorse to Hushang he asked him to marry Parvin.
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