Khane sabz (1996–2002)

TV Series   |  Comedy, Drama, Family


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A typical Iranian family living in Tehran during the 90's dealing with ordinary and extraordinary events of life in their own dramatic, romantic ways insisting on being and acting "green" in their daily struggles.


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29 September 2012 | sanamer
10
| An influential, unforgettable TV series
This is one of the best TV series I've ever watched. I watched it when I was an early teenager and I still carry many of the deep concepts that these series introduced to me. The concepts that I thought about again and again as I grew up, and had a great influence in my life and in making my decisions. I highly respect Bijan Birang and Masoud Rassam for their nice and hugely influential efforts. I also liked the cast of these series. Great actors and actresses, whose art in combination with the expectations and guidelines of the directors of the series resulted in such a memorable TV show. The angel through which these series open to us in looking into different aspects of life, either our small daily problems or big unanswerable questions in life is very unique (and to me missing) in today's world. It is not like those complicated intellectual abstract view points that sound beautiful only in theory, but of no help in practice. I think what they impose us to, through their simple stories, is the result of a lot of experiences and thoughts and analysis of them, coming out of healthy souls, that is generously shared with the viewer.

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Comedy | Drama | Family | Fantasy

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Persian


Country of Origin

Iran

Filming Locations

Tehran, Iran

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