Dayere Zangi

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Dayere Zangi
Directed by Parisa Bakhtavar
Produced by Jamal Sadatian
Written by Asghar Farhadi
Starring Baran Kowsari
Saber Abar
Mehran Modiri
Mohammad Reza Sharifinia
Hamed Behdad
Amin Hayai
Bahareh Rahnama
Omid Rohani
Gohar Kheirandish
Nima Shahrokh Shahi
Niloofar Khoshkholgh
Negar Foroozandeh
Akram Mohammadi
Amir Noori
Mahdi Pakdel
Afarin Chitsaz
Sarina Farhadi
Soroosh Goodarzi
Kianoosh Gerami
Mohsen Ghazi Moradi
Bahareh Rahnama
Melika Sharifinia
Music by Amir Tavassoli
Cinematography Morteza Poursamadi
Edited by Hayede Safiyari
Distributed by Boshra Film
Release date
  • 19 March 2008 (2008-03-19)
Running time
110 minutes
Country Iran
Language Persian
Budget Boshra Film
Box office Rial5,233,183,000[1]

Dayere Zangi (Dayereh zangi or Dayereh-e zangi; Persian: دایره زنگی‎‎, English: Tambourine) is a 2008 Iranian film directed by Parisa Bakhtavar and written by her director husband, Asghar Farhadi. It was released in Iran during Nowrooz holidays and was an average gross.

Story[edit]

Shirin (Baran Kowsari), a young woman, has only one day to make 3,000,000 rials to repair the broken car that she claims to be her father's. She befriends a naive, young man named Mohammad (Saber Abar) who tries to help her to raise the money by entering an apartment building and installing satellites for its diverse residents — with diverging views on media — when they get into further trouble.

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