Pouri Banayi Actor

Pouri Baneai (Persian: پوری بنایی‎) (born 11 October 1940, Arak, Iran) is an Iranian actress. She started her career in 1965 in pre-revolution Iranian cinema and Aroos-e Farangi directed by Vahdat. She also had a brief performance in Iranian new wave film Qeysar (Masoud Kimiai) as Fati. In 1975, she starred in Fereydun Gole's The Mandrake.

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Date of birth
October 11th, 1940
Nationality
Iran

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Movie performances

1. Ghazal (1975)

played Ghazal
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Ghazal is a 1975 Iranian film directed by Masoud Kimiai. It stars Mohammad Ali Fardin, Faramarz Gharibian and Pouri Banayi. It is based on the short story, "The Interloper", written by Jorge Luis Borges. Because of the cliche image that Iranian people had of Fardin in mind, a happy go lucky person who always appears in happy ending movies, this new artistic face was not successful in box office.

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Hojjat, Hojjat
Customer in pub
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Nemat Haghighi
Persian
Iran

2. Zanburak (1975)

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Farokh Ghafari
Leili Matin Daftari
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Farokh Ghafari
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Kamran Nozad

The Falconet is a 1975 film directed by Farrokh Ghaffari. It stars Parviz Sayyad, Nozar Azadi, Pouri Banayi, Jahangir Forouhar, Enayat Bakhshi, and Shahnaz Tehrani.

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Fereydoun Naseri
Houshang Baharlou
Persian
Iran

3. The Mandrake (1975)

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The Mandrake is a 1975 black-and-white Iranian film.

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Persian
Iran

4. Kooche-mardha (1970)

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Saeed Motalebi

Kooche-mardha is a 1970 film written by Fereydun Gole and directed by Saeed Motalebi.

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Iran

5. Qeysar (1969)

Crime, Drama, Romance
played Azam
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Abbas Shabaviz
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Qeysar, also written as Gheisar, Kaiser and Gheysar, is a 1969 film by acclaimed Iranian filmmaker Masoud Kimiai. The film was considered a "landmark in the Iranian cinema" and led to a new trend for brooding noir dramas in which outraged family honour is avenged. Behrooz Vossoughi as the eponymous hero became a legendary actor in Iranian cinema.

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Qeysar's Uncle
Mayek
Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
Persian
Iran

Wikipedia

Check Pouri Banayi on wikipedia.

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