Amir (Hamidreza Azarang) and Azar (Niki Karimi) sell Amir’s father’s house to start their own restaurant in partnership with Amir Saber (Homan Sidi)’s cousin. Saber receives money from his father (Farid Sajjadi Hosseini) to partner with Amir…. One of the fringes of the film was RFE / RL’s opposition to the film’s commercials, after which Nikki Karimi protested in a written note. In a part of this note, it is stated: “Azar” movie talks about a simple subject that is difficult for some people to hear. When I see that the film distribution system provides only 15 cinemas to “Azar” and this is while commercial films have up to 70 cinemas and the radio and television reject the film teaser after all the sub-orders, we just realize What is the story? Perhaps it is that men’s cinema and men’s radio and television are asking you to take on the same traditional, ultimately comedic, role as women to be seen. I haven’t been in this game for 27 years, neither in acting, nor in directing, nor in producing. “I am an independent Iranian woman and I think of and value an independent Iranian woman.”

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