The Red Ribbon 1999
"Roobaan-e Qermez" (Red Ribbon) is one of the distinguished films of the post-war era and depicts three individuals in a desert. Two men and a woman run into each other in a desert, which was previously a war zone and filled with tanks and mines. The woman claims that his paternal home was at that location in the past and now she wants to live over there. One of the men has taken up residence over there since the war and currently wants to continue his life at that location. He says that he is sweeping the mines from this region. The third character is a man who wants to start a new life alongside the woman over there and to forget the past. The encounter of these three individuals and the usage of symbols and metaphors in this film reaches its peak, while the praiseworthy performance of the actors and actresses has turned this film into a major feat. One of the actors of this film, Reza Kianian, considers this movie as a confrontation between the past and the future and notes: "In the film, Red Ribbon, the topic is the general issues of mankind: The past, future, love, temptation, lies, solitude, war, peace, life and death.

2 x DVD5 | PAL 4:3 | 01:44:52 | 2.99 Gb + 2.94 Gb + 3% rec
Language: Persian
Subtitles: English, Arabic, Persian
Genre: Drama, War

Director: Ebrahim Hatamikia
Cast: Azita Hajian, Reza Kianian, Parviz Parastui
Country: Iran

-- Interview with Ebrahim Hatamikia (33 min)
-- Backstage (35 min)
-- Soundtrack
-- Photo Album

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