Goli and Razza, come from the most humble origins of the Iranian society.In their search for happiness they play the roles of Cinderella and the Prince.
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Updated on Oct 11, 2003 12:29 AM IST
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Direction/Screenplay: BijanBirang, Masood Rasam
Cast: Rambod Javan, Poopak Goldare, Farhad Aeesh, Zohre Hamidi and Reza Ataran

Iran/Colour/2003/82 mins


An Odyssey-like journey of two downtown boys in Tehran.A semi-postmodern movie with talking tower cranes and radios that control the entire city watch this movie for sure. The second work of inseparable directors Bijan Birang and Masood Rasam after Ali and the Jungle Monster and a strange turn in directing.

This is a complex fantasy that will keep many with special taste satisfied. The plot is so strange that it makes it impossible to describe in a couple of lines. Enough to say that if you're going to the theatres for fun choose another movie. Cinderella is a movie for those who like to watch an odd film and have a lot to think about afterwards.

: Bijan Birang, Masoud Rasam  

Cinematography: Alireza Zarrindast
Editor: Hassan Hassandoust
Sound: Bahman Heydari   

Directors' bio notes
Bijan Birang

Born in Tabriz in 1950, Bijan Birang graduated from the College of Dramatic Arts of Iran, and received his post-graduate degree in Educational technology from University of Southern California, USA.

Mahmoud Rasam
Born in Rasht in 1956, Mahmoud Rasam graduated in Film Directing from School of Radio and Television. Their professional careers in NIRT began in 1980. They have produced and directed some of the most popular TV series of the last 20 years - including The Buzzing Neighbourhood (1984), Spouses (1994), The Green House (1997) which have been chosen as the best TV series.

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