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Wednesday May 16, 2018 16:09326

Iran film ‘Darkhongah’ reaches last stop

New Iranian film ‘Darkhongah’ starring Amin Hayaee is currently at final stage of post-production.

Siavash Asadi’s new offering will be ready soon, a media report said Wednesday, adding the sound mixing, music and some other technical measures need to be fixed.

Asadi told local media that the flick will be ready for this year, noting selecting fests to submit the flick will come next.

In the flick, ifilm series star Amin Hayaee has taken up a starring role.

Amin Hayaee started his acting career in theater, and in 1991 appeared in his first movie, 'Two Travel Companions'.

He was nominated for the Fajr International Film Festival Crystal Simorgh for Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role by starring in ‘Slivers of the Sun’ (1995).

Hayaee was one of the most prolific Iranian actors in the early 2000s.

In 2004 and 2005, he was nominated for two Crystal Simorghs at Fajr International Film Festival for 'The Lucky Bride' (2002) and 'The Unwanted Woman' (2004).

His spectacular performances in films such as 'Coma' (2003) and 'Mom’s Guest' (2003) turned him into a superstar.

He has also won the Crystal Simorgh for Best Actor at the Fajr International Film Festival for his performance in 'Night' (2007).

Hayaee has acted in other movies, including 'The Cliff' (1993), 'Cardboard Hotel' (1996), 'Bitter Almonds' (1997), 'Tainted Hands' (1998), 'Crank Call' (2001), 'The Yellow Rose' (2002), 'Iranian Girl' (2002), 'Chocolate' (2003), 'Mask' (2004), 'Charlatan' (2004), 'Who Killed Amir?' (2005), 'Aquarium' (2005), 'Deportees' (2006), 'Night' (2007), 'Tambourine' (2007), 'A Tiny Mistake' (2008), 'Deportees 2' (2008), 'St. Petersburg' (2009), 'Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus' (2010), 'The Gilded Cage' (2010), 'Six and Five' (2010), 'Deportees 3' (2010), 'The Golden Collars' (2011), 'Octopus' (2011), 'Golden Diet' (2012), and 'P-22' (2014).

He has also appeared in the series 'The Green House' (1993), 'Apartment' (1992-1993), 'Days of Youth' (1997), 'Neighbors' (2000), 'Shams-ol-Emareh' (2009), 'The Pahlavi Hat' (2012-2013), 'Heart of Ice' (2010-2011), 'Made in Iran' (2011), 'Good, Bad, Ugly' (2014), 'My Sky' (2013-2014), and 'Amen' (2014).

He has worked in the music industry as well and has published two music albums.

His spouse is Niloufar Khoshkholq, a television and cinema actress.

Darkhongah where the new Iranian film was named after is one of the oldest neighborhoods near Tehran Grand Bazaar.