Actor Parviz Parastouei
Posted by Pendar on December 12, 2022
Parviz Parastouei is an actor of television and cinema producer who was born in 1955 in Kabodar- Ahang. He started his career with the theater and for the first time, he played a role in cinema with “Diar-e Asheghan” movie and won an Honorary Diploma for Best First Role Actor for it.
With the play in Majid Majidi’s “The Willow Tree”, “In the Name of the Father” and “The Bodyguard” by Ebrahim Hatami Kia, he won Crystal Simorgh Award for Best First Role Actor. Parviz Parastouei also won an Honorary Diploma of Best Actor for playing in the movie “Leily Is with Me”, directed by Kamal Tabrizi.
Winner of the Best Actor award at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Banderas gives a subtly-shaded performance as a director who believes he can no longer direct, who has withdrawn into himself as he feels the increasing physical deprivations of age, and who turns to the past by delving into memories and regrets as he enters what may be the last act of his life.
Banderas is terrific as a stand-in for director Pedro Almodóvar (with whom he had collaborated numerous times over the past 40 years), who has conjured a story that is ultimately positive and resistant to doubt, as his protagonist focuses on the aging of the body (which can defeat the artistic will) and the power of memory (which can rescue it).
In an interview with Stephen Colbert on CBS’ “The Late Show,” Banderas talked about how his heart attack in 2017 left him much more uninhibited in expressing his emotions.
In the scene below, Dalton plays a western villain holding a young kidnapped girl (Julia Butters) for ransom. DiCaprio does a wonderful job of playing an actor improvising and trying to gauge how much is too much when portraying a boo-hiss evil character. At the end, he gets what every actor must crave.
In Noah Baumbach’s dramedy about the dissolution of a marriage and the ugly psychic wounds that are peeled back as a divorce inches closer to legal finality, Adam Driver plays Charlie, a theatre director who is resistant to the notion that his wife Nicole (Scarlett Johansson), an actress, has justifiable reasons to leave him.