Sisyphe wrote:while Mehman was a hilarious comedy about an Iranian-American who went to Tehran alone (no spoiler here either ). Mehman was the last film that I saw - I actually went to see it on three different occasions. A lot of the humour focused on the clashing of American and Persian cultures - which made it quite an entertaining smash hit here. I'd be surprised if the film were allowed in Iran though - there was some off-colour humour in the film even touching issues like homosexuality...
alijsh wrote:I think the scene you think it was censored in Mehmân was where Sharifinia (the owner of Hotel) covers his eyes and plays hide-and-seek with the American girl (Caroline). Am I right?
Psi-Lord wrote:Iranian films are particularly hard to find here (I believe there are only two or three to be found at the video shop I go to, and I have never seen one at the cinema). The only one I’ve had the opportunity to watch was one I even mentioned in a couple of threads last year: «[r]دو فرشته[/r]» (2003, directed by Mamad Haghighat).
poppy wrote:Apparently the Korean series "dae jang geum" has been dubbed into Persian and shown in Iran. In East Asia it's the most sucessful drama of all time, definitely recommmended.
alijsh wrote:poppy wrote:Apparently the Korean series "dae jang geum" has been dubbed into Persian and shown in Iran. In East Asia it's the most sucessful drama of all time, definitely recommmended.
Yes, javâheri dar qasr (a jewel in the palace; originally: Yângom-e bozorg) is shown on Fridays. Last Friday we saw part 39. It's a very beautiful series and quite popular. Frankly, it's the only time I ever watch TV.
poppy wrote:I love this series too! actually I love Korean films and culture. there are some really great films. If anyone is interested, there are English subs available and I could check whether they fit with the version I link to.
alijsh wrote:Channel 3 is showing another Korean series. Its name is Emperâturi-ye Daryâ. Have you seen it? It's also beautiful and has convinced me to spend (waste ) my time on TV. Last Tuesday we saw part 4.
alijsh wrote: How good is your Korean? Can you understand much of Korean films and series without subs (we say zirnevis)?
poppy wrote:I haven't seen that one (English title "Emporer of the Sea") yet. Be careful not to get addicted
I waste time on those dramas and films when I never used to watch any! Are Korean films available in Iran? And are there any Korean restarants?
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