Lor Girl (Dokhtar e Lor)

  • Feature
  • 1933
  • 80 Minutes
  • Iran, Islamic Republic of
  • Language: Persian (Farsi)

Jafar, a government officer meets Golnar in a teehouse on his way to Khuzestan. Golnar’s father was a merchant, but she was kidnapped by Gholi Khan the bandit in a foray to their town. Now Golnar is working as a dancer in the teehouse. Little by little, Jafar & Golnar become fond of each other.

Director: Ardeshir Irani

Screenwriter: Abdulhussein Sepanta

Production Company: Imperial Film of Bombay


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Awards

2002: Cannes Film Festival, Perspective of Iran, France

2003: Forum des images Festival of Paris, France


Cast and Crew

Screenwriter: Abdulhussein Sepanta

Producer: Ardeshir Irani

Sound: Bahram Irani

DOP / Camera: Rostam Irani, A.D Irani

Cast: Abdulhussein Sepanta, Rouhangiz Sami-Nejad, Sohrab Pouri


Director

Ardeshir Irani

Khan Bahador Ardeshir Irani, AKA Ardeshir Irani was a writer, director, editor, actor & filmmaker at the early years of cinema in India. He had made the first sound film of India. In 1933, he also managed to direct & produce the first Iraninan sound film with a script written by Abdlhussein Sepanta.

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