Felor Nazari who is actress

Both of these events left an indelible mark on homeland and persian cinema, but none more so than the Islamic Revolution. In the second Pahlavi era and just before the 1979 revolution, along with the popular commercial cinema called filmfarsi (“Persian film”), persian cinema witnessed the development of art-house cinema or the persian New Wave (mowj-e now) as a reaction to this popular cinema, which was influenced by the aesthetics of Italian Neorealism and the French New Wave.