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documentary-movie about the life of an ancient
Iranian nomad tribe in
North-Western Iran, Call the "Shahsavans".
Director, brilliantly has
injected a romantic love story between
a beautiful girl and the
tribe's shepherd, while telling the amazing
story of the people's
migration. A Must See Film.
In the modern world, ancient nomadic tribes are near annihilation
and most of them have given up their nomadic habits for being settled on
a piece of land. This film is a documentary about customs and rituals of
Shahsavan tribe that lives in northwestern part of Iran in a nomadic way
and leads a living through raising sheep and grazing animals.
foots of 4,800-m Sabalan Mountain live nomadic people who are shepherds
and speak Turkish. This current film, in fact, is an inside look at the
life of a shepherd who has no choice but to take refuge in a cave after
he loses his beloved girl, his mother, as well as the flock he was
supposed to graze. Soon he makes the acquaintance of an astronomer who
has come to study a 6,000-year-old Stonehenge in that region and the
subsequent friendship leads to a great development in the hopeless and
desperate life of the shepherd; a development which culminates in his
The film takes us along 180-km path of the tribe’s
immigration, which takes place every year, to make us familiar with
their customs, rituals, marriage ceremony, as well as occupation of
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75 minutes Type: Documentary Language: In Turkish/Farsi/ English
Narration, with English subtitles
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