End (film)

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In this film, the contrast between development staying undeveloped is symbolised as fast moving trains and a poor child.

End is a 1984 fiction film by Mahmoud Shoolizadeh; is a story about the children who live near the railways and their lives are full of ups and downs. This film displays the story of a small child who lives in south of Tehran during times of social problems. The film analyses an unjust and unfair society.

Director's View[edit]

Inflation, unemployment, divorce and social poverty are the major problems in modern Iran. If the officials, social and cultural experts and planners do not find solutions to these problems, the future society would face crisis due to the consequences.

Technical specifications and Film crew[edit]