My Brother Khosrow

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My brother Khosrow
Directed byEhsan Biglari
Produced bySaeid Malekan
Screenplay byEhsan Biglari
Parisa Hashempour
StarringShahab Hosseini
Hengameh Ghaziani

Nasser Hashemi

Bita Farrahi
Kamshad Kooshan
Music byHamed Sabet
CinematographyMohammad Reza Jahanpanah
Edited byMostafa Kherghepoush
Distributed byFilmIran
Release date
May 2017
CountryIran
LanguagePersian
Box office+400,000

My brother Khosrow (Persian: برادرم خسرو‎, transit. Baradram Khosro) is a 2014 Iranian psychological film directed by Iranian director Ehsan Biglari. It is written by Parisa Hashempor and Ehsan Biglari himself. It produced by Saeid Malekan starring Shahab Hosseini as its leading cast.[1]

This film which was its director's debut, was selected to be appeared in the New Look Section of the Fajr International Film Festival and screened on cinemas at May 2017.[2]

It is a film about bipolar disorder and its consequences which received a lot of controversial criticism among Iranian film critics.

Story[edit]

Khosrow (Shahab Hosseini), is the leading character of the film, has the bipolar disorder which is a mental disorder, and per his situation he has to stay for a while in his brother's (Nasser) house who is a dentist. His situation and his relation between himself and his brother has consequences for him to confront.[1]

Cast[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Hosseini, Danial. "Criticism and Analysis of My Brother Khosrow". Naghd-e-Farsi (Persian Criticism) (in Persian). Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  2. ^ Jahanbakhsh, Narges. "My brother Khosrow film analysis". Academy-e-Honar (in Persian). Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  3. ^ "ifilm exclusive report on Iranian film 'My Brother Khosrow'". iFILM TV. Retrieved 12 July 2017.

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