The Glass Agency

The Glass Agency
Ajans-E Shisheh-I

International poster
Directed by Ebrahim Hatamikia
Produced by Farabi Cinema Foundation
Ali Komijani
Written by Ebrahim Hatamikia
Starring Parviz Parastui
Reza Kianian
Habib Rezaei
Music by Majid Entezami
Cinematography Aziz Saati
Hassan Karimi
Arash Akhtari Rad
Edited by Hayedeh Safiyari
Release dates
  • 19 February 1998 (1998-02-19) (BIFF)
Running time
114 minutes
Country Iran
Language Persian
Budget Boshra Film

The Glass Agency (Persian: آژانس شیشه‌ای) is a 1998 Iranian drama film directed by Ebrahim Hatamikia.[1]


Two veterans of Iran-Iraq war, Abbas and his wartime commander Kazem are the main protagonists of the film. Abbas comes to Tehran to seek medical treatment for a war injury. Kazem wants to help Abbas as the doctor recommends that he should go abroad for the operation. However, it is almost New Year's Eve, and arranging a flight becomes difficult. The problems they encounter make Kazem lose his temper, and he ends up taking a whole travel agency hostage.[2]


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