Cyrus J Kayvan
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About Cyrus J Kayvan
Keyvan was born in Iran, and made his first film at age of 12. After the Islamic Revolution and the rise of tyranny, he migrate to France and studied, French literature, political science, and the philosophers of the age of enlightenment. He had received a PhD in Political Science from Nice university.
After a decade Keyvan left South of France to South of California and studied, world's history, Persian and Greek mythology, WWII, and US founding fathers. He made two films, wrote two screenplays, three novels and four constitutional volumes on Judiciary Solution, Governing Solution, Social solution and Legislative solution.
Titles By Cyrus J Kayvan
Considering the venomous pen that the playwright used in one specific play and its ripple effect that could impact women's rights in the future, the soul tortures the playwright through a cross-examination.
That man was a Mazdak, a renowned deaf-mute psychic, and a secret detainee in the infamous Evin prison in Tehran, where he had been in solitary confinement for twenty years. One morning the supreme leader wakes up after a premonition like dream. He calls his estranged wife, and the concluding conversation exposes a connection between his' political position in the world and the bull rider of his dream. She suggests Mazdak to interpret his dream, she also warns him that she had had a previous confrontation with the old psychic, and that he was a challenging character.