Screening of Sperm Whale: Iranian comedy of the year in Encino Past

Nov 5-19, 2015 - Encino, CA, United States

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Sperm Whale is a comedy directed by Saman Moghadam ( director of Max & Cafe Setareh). it is the Box Office Hit of Iran in 2015 which is still selling strongly after three months in the cinemas of Iran. It has already broken the record of City Of Mice 2 comparing the number of screenings it has had in Iran.

Cast: Reza Attaran, Mahnaz Afshar & Vishka Asayesh.

Synopsis: Arjang (Reza Attaran), who was born before the revolution in Iran, has been in love with his childhood sweetheart, Roya (Mahnaz Afshar), for the past 40 years. Roya, however, has brought him nothing but trouble. Now 50, and having experienced a revolution, a war, a divorce and both poverty and wealth, Arjang finds himself still in love with Roya.

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