Bird of Happiness [homa-ye sa'adat] (1971) - (Fardin) Iranian film poster F, EX $75 *

Pictured is an Iranian promotional poster for the 1971 Tapi Chanakya film Bird of Happiness starring Fardin.

Size: 23.5" x 35.25"

Price: $75

Condition: Folded Excellent (pinholes, edge damage)

Watch on YouTube

This is a 23.5" x 35.25" Iranian poster made to promote the 1971 Tapi Chanakya Iran-India collaboration film Bird of Happiness starring Fardin based on a screenplay by Saeed Motalebi with cinematograpy by Mehdi Amir Qasemkhani. The film was produced by Ariana film. Plot summary: Aram falls in love with a girl of Indian extraction named Shirin. Because he knows her mother still adheres to old-time family mores, he pretends he is his brother Nasser and introduces Shirin as the daugher of a maharaja. In Aram's absence the truth is revealed and with various measures the mother finally gets Shirin out of Aram's life. Thinking Shirin has broken off with him, Aram submits to his mother's demand that he marry Nazanin. Nazanin, who is an uninhibited and permissive woman, quickly makes Aram indifferent towards her, but by this time she has already had a child (Ramin). At school Ramin becomes friends with Shirin's son Reza. Aram's brother Nasser, who has mainatained an awareness of Shirin's circumstances from a distance, learns the truth and informs Aram. Nazanin comes to herself and tries in various ways to maintain her life, but she does not succeed and at the height of unhappiness she is killed in an automobile accident. After that Shirin and Aram begin life together again.

If you have questions write to john@filmpaper.com

.

Put It in the Cart Add to, See Cart

See Cart Now




Back to Main Movie Poster List