Archive → Films → Lantouri (Repeat)
Festival in Media
Section: Horizons
Country: Iran 
Year: 2016



115 min, color

Director Reza Dormishian Screenplay Reza Dormishian Cinematography Ashkan Ashkani Editing Haydeh Safiyari Music Kayhan Kalhor Cast Navid Mohammadzadeh, Maryam Palizban, Baran Kosari, Mehdi Kooshki, Bahram Afshari, Reza Behboudi

Lantouri is the name of a gang of extortionist/ thieves/blackmailers in Tehran. Pasha, a member of the gang, falls in love with Maryam, a social activist/journalist who has started a campaign, "No to Violence" and she tries to convince the families of the crime victims, to forgive the murderers of their dear ones. Maryam rejects Pasha's love and Pasha splashes acid on Maryam's face and she loses her sight. Now, Maryam asks for "Qesas" (lex talionis) and requests "eye for eye" punishment according to the Islamic Punitive Laws.

A Reza Dormishian production
World Sales:
Iranian Independents


Reza Dormishian

Born in 1981 in Tehran, Reza Dormishian has studied English Language and then he was involved in film journalism. He was an assistant to some prestigious Iranian filmmakers like Dariush Mehrjui and Alireza Davoudnejad. Reza Dormishian started making short films since 2002 and “Hatred” (2012), his first feature film, screened at many international events around the world like Montreal and Warsaw. “I’m not Angry!” (2014) was his second feature film which turned to be very controversial at home and had its world premiere at Berlinale’s Panorama section and one of most successful Iranian films in world festivals in 2014 & 2015.



2016 Lantouri

2014 Asabani nistam!

2012 Boghz

2008 Jadoughar (Documentary)