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"THE WIND WILL COMB YOUR TRESSES"(Bad Gisuanat Ra Shaneh Khahad Zad)

Director and Editor: Saman Salur
Director of Photography: Masoud Salami
Screenplay: Saman Salur
Music: Dariush Namdar Zangeneh
Set Designer: Saman Salur
Cast: Hassan Moradi, Nasrin Moradi, Khanom Nazpapi, Mohammad Moradi
Executive Producer: Sasan Salur
Producer: Sasan Salur, Close-Up Art-Cultural Office
35mm, 17min, Color, 2002

With no word, we are shared with a young boy the nostalgic moments of his pure love. He takes us along himself to his memories, where he felt love as sweet as honey, as high as the sky, as limpid as water, as pleasant as the music, and as loud as his tender cries.


Born on 1976 in Borujerd, Saman Salur is a graduate of Sureh College. He has been assistant director and programmer in three features, and has made many short films and documentaries for TV. His first short film "Eightieth Minute" was chosen as the best film in The Young Crescent Festival 2000 in Tehran, and his first documentary "It's a Sony" participated in the competition section of Marseille Documentary Film Festival 2002.


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  • Venice Intíl Film Festival 2002 (New Territories section)
  • Pusan Intíl Film Festival (2002)
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    Winner of The Best Photography For Short Films
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