Naser Hejazi Dies at 62

May 23, 2011

Naser Hejazi, a famous Iranian footballer dies at 62, today. He had lung cancer, and as we said before, Naser Hejazi was the footballer that did the intellectuals’ job in the recent weeks . Naser Hejazi was not an intellectual, and had not a big brain, and you know that for playing football and becoming a footballer you don’t need a big brain, but Naser Hejazi had a big difference with other Iranian celebrities: “Naser Hejazi was not Khayemal (Ass-Kisser)“. Naser Hejazi did not kiss the Mullahs’ ass. Naser Hejazi was a anti-Mullah. Naser Hejazi knew that he dies very soon, and then decided to speak his mind. What he said was the the people’s words, the people’s voice. What he said made him very very popular. Naser Hejazi became a hero and a symbol for Iranians. Naser Hejazi became a symbol of Iran. The Mullahs had destroyed his life, as they have destroyed Iran and all Iranians’ life. What Naser Hejazi said was the real voice of the people, and that’s why Iranians respect him or love him now . Naser Hejazi showed us that the famous Iranian intellectuals (that are really fake-Intellectuals), are really stupid. And almost all of them are Khayemal (ass-kisser )and hypocrite. But Naser Hejazi was not Khayemal. Naser Hejazi could be a good teacher for all other Iranian celebrities, like Abbas Khayemal (Abbas Kiarostami). They should take a look at Nase Hejazi and how he became a martyr and a symbol for Iranians, and made a good name for himself in the Iranian history. Naser Hejazi is also a man who reminds us How stupid are Iranian intellects, and how embarrassing is the tragedy of the Iranian intellectualism


Iranian female Film Stars

May 23, 2011

The outside world know nothing about Iranian film stars. Iran is isolated by the Mullahs and the Islamic regime and is not part of the International community. It has caused a lot problems for all Iranians, including Iranian film starts. Iranian actors and actresses, that some of them are educated and familiar with the world, could be global film stars if the Islamic regime is toppled. Now lets take a look at some of Iranian female film stars.

Niki Karimi

Niki Karimi is the first woman that became a big female film star after the Islamic revolution. In 1990s, she was the number one star of Iranian films. She has tried to be an intellect, and has learned English and translated some books from English into Persian. Niki Karimi is one of the first Iranian film stars who learned English and was an active member of film festival’s jury, like Cannes, Venice, etc.

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Niki Karimi is a film actor that has become a film director. She was assistance/friend of Abbas Khayemal (Abbas Ass-Kisser!), i.e. who you know him as “Abbas Kiarostami” (but I prefer to call him “Abbas “Khayemal”). Niki Karimi was a friend of “Abbas Khayemal”, but she is not as stupid as Abbas Khayemal, who sell himself, his friends and the people to the Mullahs and Islamic regime. As a film director, Niki Karimi’s movies are not as shitty as Abass Khayemal’s movies (he has just one or two semi-good movie, that made it by chance). Niki Karimi has been on the people’s side and has not sold herself to the Mullahs, like Abbas Khayemal and many other Iranian stupid celebrities.

Mahnaz Afshar

Mahnaz Afshar is the second famous Iranian female film star. She is not as smart as and also as arrogant as Niki Karimi, but she is a good girl, a good simple-minded girl. Many of stupid Iranian film critics (charlatans), make use of her low self esteem for flirting with her and for laughing at her. Mahnaz Afshar should learn something from Niki Karimi and how she laugh at almost all stupid Iranian film critics. Of course, the film actors don’t need a big brain, and even a very small brain is enough for them.

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Other Iranian film stars are pretty and attractive, but they are Khayemal (ass-kisser) and stupid, like the great “Abbas Khayemal”! Unfortunately the majority of Iranian film stars are dumb or charlatan.

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The number of smart and open-minded film stars in Iran are really small, maybe like any other parts of the world. Taraneh Alidousti (she has worn black dress in the below picture) is one of these exceptions. Taraneh Alidousti and a small group of other Iranian film actors or film directors, including Fatemeh MotamedAria, have not sold themselves to the Mullahs.

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Fatemeh MotamedAria

If Mahnaz Afshar and Niki Karimi were considered as Iranian Kate Winslet and Iranian Charlize Theron, then Fatemeh MotamedAria is definitely could be considered as Iranian Meryl Streep! Fatemeh MotamedAria is a very good actress, even if she is not very beautiful and very attractive.

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Iranians film stars certainly have the potential for growth, and becoming international film stars. But their biggest obstacle is like the biggest obstacle of other Iranians: “The Mullahs and their Islamic regime”


Cannes Film Festival 64th

May 23, 2011

The 64th annual Cannes Film Festival was held from May 11 to May 22, 2011. The jury president was Robert De Niro, his jury colleagues were some one like Uma Thurman and Jude Law, the opening film was Midnight in Paris, written and directed by Woody Allen. The Italian film director Bernardo Bertolucci was presented with the inaugural Honorary Palme d’Or Award at the opening ceremony of the festival. Yesterday, Cannes Festival’s website announced the winners. Terrence Malicks “The Tree of Life (2011)” got the Palme dOr. The Tree of Life stars Brad Pitt as a domineering father in late 50s Texas, and Sean Penn as his son in the present day, struggling to cope with his brother’s premature death. Jury president Robert De Niro explained after the ceremony that it had been The Tree of Life’s grand scale and ambition that finally clinched it. “It seemed to have the size, the importance, the tension to fit the prize.” But there was the suggestion that it wasn’t a wholly unanimous decision. “Few films are 100%,” said De Niro. “But most of us thought it was great.”

The 64th annual Cannes Film Festival was another s-e-x-y Cannes! A film critic wrote: “The programmers seemed to group themes in batches this year, so the early days of the festival had female film-makers, then we moved through a couple of days of s-e-x and paedophilia (bordello movie The House of Tolerance, Austrian film Michael), before fathers and sons took over (Tree of Life, Le Gamin au Vélo, Footnote), then French politics (La Conquête, Pater), then depression (The Beaver, Melancholia), antisemitism (The Beaver, Melancholia) and, eventually, s-e-x-u-a-l politics (Almodóvar’s The Skin I Live In, The Source).” Apparently, Woody Allen’s “Midnight in Paris” was better than other Cannes’ movies, and even Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, who playing a deadpan, tolerant museum guide was not very bad. I’ve not seen the movie, but some Iranians have seen the movie in Iran !, and say that it’s not as bad as they heard about it.

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Lars von Trier and his “Melancholia”, or as Iranians say “Malikholia”, were controversial. Lars von Trier at the Melancholia press conference said: “I understands Hitler. He did some wrong things, absolutely, but I can see him sitting there in his bunker at the end … I sympathise with him, yes, a little bit … I thought I was a Jew for a long time and was very happy being a Jew … Then it turned out that I was not a Jew … I found out that I was really a Nazi which also gave me some pleasure … But come on, I am not for the second world war, and I am not against Jews. I am very much for Jews; well not too much because Israel is a pain in the ass. But still, how can I get out of this sentence … OK I’m a Nazi” I thinkLars von Trier has “Melancholia”! and should be treated for melancholia. Von Trier has said before that after his Jewish father died, he was told that this was not his biological father. Reports are saying he found out his biological father was a German Christian. Melancholia movie, is about the end of the world, about a rogue planet on a collision course with Earth. Some people say: “Banning Von Trier from Cannes should be an embarrassment for the film festival not for Von Trier.” And some people said: “Shame on stupid Lars Von Trier, who disgrace the human beings”. Von Trier claimed Dunst had insisted she be filmed naked for a scene in Melancholia. “And now she wants more,” claimed the Danish director. “That’s how women are, and Charlotte is behind this. They want a really hardcore film this time !, and I am doing my best. Von Trier also jokingly claimed he was writing a four-hour-long hardcore p-o-r-n film ! featuring Melancholia stars Charlotte Gainsbourg and Kirsten Dunst . It would, he said, contain “a lot of very, very unpleasant s-e-x”. “I said let’s have a lot of talking in it, and they said, ‘We don’t give a shit about the dialogue, we just want to have a lot of very very unpleasant s-e-x,’ and that’s what I am writing right now.” Some wise people tell him: “Let’s make a p-o-r-n film and call it art! ”

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Pedro Almodóvar’s “The Skin I Live In (2011)” and Julia Leigh’s Sleeping Beauty(2011) gave both bad and good reviews. Some film critics say: “It’s another “Eyes Wide Shut”” and some others say: “Let’s make a p-o-r-n film and call it art! ” Pedro Almodóvar’s films are not very bad, but I think they are not very good, too. Gus Van Sant’s “Restless (2011)” should not be a bad movie. The plot and idea of Nanni Moretti’s Habemus Papam (We Have a Pope) seems very funny. The Italian comedy ‘We Have a Pope’ is on the relationship between the newly elected Pope and his therapist !! Apparently, many thought that “Habemus Papam” would give Palme d’Or Award. Iranian films and Iranian film makers were not in the Cannes 64th. Jafar Panahi’s short film, This Is Not a Film, was smuggled into the country on a USB stick buried inside a cake posted from Iran to Paris. Jafar Panahi gave a six-year prison term, and 20-year-ban on film-making, talking to the press and travelling abroad. Jafar Panahi is not like his friend Abbas Khayemal (Abbas Kiarostami), who sold himself to the Mullahs and the Islamic regime. Panahi tried to be the real voice of the people, so he has been accused of “colluding with the intention to commit crimes against the country’s national security and propaganda against the Islamic Republic”.