The Persian Connection

Synopsis: After being wrongly accused of stealing from his former boss, an Iranian gangster with girl problems must hunt down stolen drugs in this neon-noir fever dream set in the bizarre Persian and Russian Los Angeles underworld where obscene reigns supreme.
Genre: Action, Crime, Mystery
Director(s): Daniel Grove
Production: Samuel Goldwyn Films
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
5.3
Metacritic:
49
Rotten Tomatoes:
63%
Year:
2016
103 min
Website
27 Views


Allaho akbar!

All:

Allaho akbar!

Sepehr:

Shiraz tar.

Sweet. Strong. Burns easy just

the way you like it.

Grand for an ounce.

If Safinia find out you're

dealing here...

Who's gonna tell? You?

Safinia owns the property.

Not me.

Who I do business with is no

concern to him.

Just like...

Who you f*ck

is no concern to me.

What's going on here?

Are you alright?

Sasha's just a kid. Why don't

you give him a break?

Is he your kid?

No. He's not my kid.

But is this your beard?

Oh...

An addict

and a whore.

Here's to your holy union.

What are you doing?

You know if you take a few

thousand more of these

you can cover all the walls.

What are you saying? You don't

like the wall paper?

It's a nice touch.

You said I could do anything to

the apartment.

Yeah. But...

Welcome to anything.

I saw Sepehr today.

Why would you bring that up

right now?

Because.

I'm worried for Sasha.

Oksana:

Your nails are filthy.

I saw...

I saw Sasha today.

Your son Oksana...

Sepehr...

Sepehr is lost.

He's no father.

I have the money.

I'll get more if we need.

Let's just get the f*ck

out of here.

You me and Sasha.

You, me and Sasha.

Oksana:

Who are you talking to?

Why are you dressed?

I have work.

Work? Your boss is away.

It's Friday.

It's the Persian Princess,

isn't it?

Safinia doesn't

take you seriously.

It's a favour.

A favour?

Driving his daughter and her

friends around

so they can party?

You are like his peasant.

And what was I before?

Behrouz:

When I sell my first property...

Let's take a trip.

Oksana:

Why?

Because that's what people do.

They take trips.

So... take a trip

with your Princess.

Woman:

Beh-roooouz...

Didn't daddy tell you to pick me

up or was I just dreaming?

We're at the key club.

Come soon or you'll miss out on

all the fun.

Did she give you ecstasy?

No one gave me anything.

I bought it.

Your father would kill me.

Me first.

Sara?

Don't be a hypocrite.

You think I don't know all your

dirty little secrets...

Beh-rooouz?

You're late.

Where were you?

Business.

I thought I was your business.

La-la needs her... la-la.

La-la likes you. She wants to

play with your gun?

I don't have a gun.

Bit young for you, no?

Jesus, Behrouz. Smile, Baba.

Reza Raed's cousin, Danush.

Just come from Tehran.

No English.

He did.

I think he come back to

play with old friends.

Where's your... Jew?

Honeymoon.

Well why don't we take a little

trip, Baba?

Lola:

How are you, Behrouz-Jan?

I'm late, Lola.

What do you want?

To family.

Tell me Behrouz-Jan, fighting

for a place in the sun?

Or do you still prefer

the shadows?

I'm no longer in that line

of work.

Babysitting Babak

Safinia's daughter?

A favour for him.

You used to do favours

for Cirrus.

And some for me.

I'm in real estate now.

With Safinia, that Jew?

Persian Jews are like

Russian whores.

The longer they know you,

the more they charge.

Are you done?

Cirrus truly adores you.

He said when you first came to

this country

you were lost, confused.

You were like a boat

with no anchor.

And look at you now.

A real estate man.

Behrouz! Sara's looking for you.

We'll be at valet.

Goodbye, Lola.

Do you still play cards?

A ten thousand dollar buy-in.

But then you've got

favours to attend.

Lola:

Don't...

forget what he did for you.

Sara/friends:

Ramen! Ramen! Ramen!

Sara?

Sara, can you take a cab?

What happened?

Nothing.

I need you to take a cab.

I have something to do.

What the f*ck, Behrouz? Cab?

So Uber. I have things to do.

Like that gaudy chick in VIP?

What gaudy chick?

Sara...

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