Hamoun - 1990
Directed by Dariush Mehrjui
Hamid Hamoun, a struggling would-be philosopher, is haunted by his failed attempt to decipher the meaning of love and pushed over the edge by his artist wife's demand for a divorce.
Color, 1 hour 57 minutes, Farsi
Trailer currently not available, Watch Scene (Farsi w/English subtitles)
Firouzan Rank # 24
|Khosro Shakibai||Hamid Hamoun|
|Jalal Moughadam||Dr. Samavati|
|Fathali Owaysi||Dr. Soroush|
|Touran Mehrzad||Mashid's mother|
|Sedigheh Kianfar||Naneh Hojat|
|Ali Reza Keshavarz||Dr. Farhoush|
|Akbar Mashkouti||Jan Ali|
|Fetaneh Assef||Hamoun's Mother|
|Director of Photography||Turaj Mansouri|
|Sound Recordist||Asghar Shahvardi
|Production Designer||Faryar Javaherian
|Sound Mixer||Jahanghir Mirshekari|
|Music||Nasser Cheshm Azar|
Hamid Hamoun's (Khosro Shakibai) dream.
Hamid's unfinished thesis - "Abraham's Love and Faith."
The fight which resulted in Hamid's separation from his wife.
Happier times - conversation over kebabs.
The reflection pool.
Hamid formerly refuses a divorce despite his lawyer's advice.
A young Hamid learns the proper way to pray.
Hamid's contradiction - "You devil, if you knew how I still love you!"
An eventful homecoming.
Hamid is brought back into his dream.
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