Haji Agha, the Cinema Actor 1932
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Haji Agha, the Cinema Actor is a 1933 Iranian comedy film directed by Iranian-Armenian director, Ovannes Oganian and one of a few remaining Iranian silent films.The film tells the story of a director is searching for a subject for his film, when he receives a suggestion to film Haji Agha, a wealthy conservative man. Haji’s daughter, son-in-law, and servant help the director orchestrate a series of events that enable the director to film Haji in action. When the film is finished and Haji views it, he sees his own image on the screen and, enthralled by it, begins to appreciate the merits of cinema.