A young man leaves Isfahan for Tehran to seek a haven. He wants to forget everything about his past. But after a while, his nightmares blend with the memories of his late father, who has had some mysterious bonds with Zayandehrood, and even after his death, disturbs the narrator’s life through all of his nightmares. Although the narrator’s troubled mind results in running away from his hometown and also breaking up his marriage, he is still haunted by his father.
Born in Tehran in 1956, graduate of the School of Cinema and Television, Koochake Jangali (TV Series) was his debut as a director. The Bride, his first feature film is among ten most popular films in Iranian cinema and is considered a milestone, because of its cinematic charms. Afkhami is a reformist Member of Parliament and his films have a similar popularity among critics and cinemagoers. In The River’s End, Afkhami has experienced a new kind of filmmaking and an iconoclastic kind of approach.
Behrooz Afkhami adapté de “The March” de Jaafar Modarres Sadeghi
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Title in Original Version : The River's End