Last Act, The (1991) - (Farimah Farjami) Style B Iranian film poster F, NM $55 *
Size: 26.75" x 38.25"
Condition: Folded, Near Mint
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This is a 27.75" x 38.25" Iranian poster designed by Farhad Farsi for
the 1991 Varuzh Karim-Masihi film The Last Act starring Farimah
Farjami as Foroogh. Plot summary: In 1920s Iran Taj ol-Moluk [Niku
Kheradmand] and Kamran Mirza [Dariush Arjmand] are the only remnants
of the Rafiq al-Malek Dynasty. They plotted to recover the family's
ancestral home, which had been inherited by Foroogh ol-Zaman after her
husband, their brother Hesam Mirza, had drowned in a river. The plot
was to prove Foroogh ol-Zaman was insane by staging a play written by
Kamran Mirza. They hired an itinerant theater group to carry out the
plot as household servants. The theater group was unaware of the
brother and sister's final intention. Foroogh ol-Zaman, who lived in a
city, came to the ancestral home for the first time and this was right
where the play began. They told her they had killed her husband.
Foroogh ol-Zaman asked the Sheriff for help and Inspector Rokni
[Jamshid Hashempur] and his agents got involved, but they did not find
any evidence. Taj ol-Moluk suggested to Inspector Rokni that Foroogh
was confused. The play continued when Rokni and his agents left, but
Foroogh did not know she was herself one of the main players. She was
deceived every time and began to be ill. As the play continued they
put her in a position where she shot someone with a pistol thinking
she was defending herself. Naturally Inspector Rokni and his
colleagues got involved again but this time Rokni had become
suspicious and ordered further investigation. The play continued.
Foroogh, who realized her life was in danger, decided to run away, but
she could not get off the premises. She gradually became truly
confused. Taj ol-Moluk, who was was the main one behind what was
happening, created a situation that was appropriate for Foroogh's
removal. However the theater group recognized her true intentions and
left the house. Kamran Mirza was enamored of Foroogh and was not
willing to kill her; he took a stand against his sister. On the other
hand Rokni, who had discovered what was going on, came to Foroogh's
aid and told her everything. He also persuaded the theater group to
come back to the house and expose the secret of the plot in the last
act. At the end Taj ol-Moluk went crazy and Foroogh donated the house
for conversion to a hospital for the poor.
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