Unveiling from Nasser Malek Motie’s diary book

They were persian cinema’s samurai but with their trademark black suits, fedoras and a white handkerchief.Sniffed at as laats, or louts, by the well-to-do, the screen jahel was the archetypal loveable rogue seeking redemption from past sins, turning from villain into hero in the process – Malek Motiee’s screen portrayals of the jahel are still widely regarded as unmatched.