Born on 15 August, 1946 in Abadan, Amir Naderi is a notable Iranian film director, screenwriter and one of the most influential figures of 20th-century Persian cinema.
Naderi developed his knowledge of cinema by watching films at the theater where he worked as a boy, reading film criticism, and making relationships with leading film critics. He began his career with still photography for some notable Iranian features.
Amiro is a young boy living alone in the Persian Gulf, earning his living through odd jobs. Dreaming of new horizons, he is impatient to know where the planes and tankers go. At school he does his best to find out.