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|Born||1972 (age 44–45)
Parisa Bakhtavar (Persian: پریسا بختآور) is an Iranian film and television director. She is famous for her television series, Posht-e Konkooriha, which followed the lives of high school seniors studying for their college entrance exams. Her first film, Dayere-ye Zangi is a comedy filmed in Tehran starring Mehran Modiri.
She is married to Iranian film director Asghar Farhadi.
- Posht-e Konkooriha
- Man yek mosta'jeram
- Dayere-ye Zangi
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