The late Rasoul Mollagholipour (1955 Ardabil - 2006) was a photographer, screenwriter, director and producer of cinema and one of the prominent directors of war and social cinema in Iran. He was present in Khorramshahr as a photographer and reporter in the first days of the war and until the fall of the city and its transformation into a bloody city, he was photographing events and popular resistance. In the early days of the revolution, he started photography as an amateur, and after the start of the Iran-Iraq war, he continued it professionally. After that, he started making documentary films about various war operations and made the short film "Little Shah" with a 16 mm camera, which won the best film award at the Vahdat Festival. He made his first feature film in 1983 called Ninevah with a 16mm camera and thus entered the professional cinema. By making "Flying in the Night" (1986), he won the best film award from the 5th Fajr Film Festival. With "Afaq" he showed off his directorial power to everyone and by making "Majnun" and "Eclipse" he moved in sync with the current conditions. But with the movie "Panahande" he became popular among film scholars and in 1995 he made his most important work (Journey to Chezabeh). Apparently, the failure of this film in the public screening and the detention of the survivors forced Mollagholipour to make another film to compensate for the loss: Help Me. And to prove his abilities, he made "Hiva" a year later, which won the best director and best film awards at the 17th Fajr Film Festival, in addition to other awards. In 1999, Malaqlipour made the three-episode film "Burnt Generation". According to some critics, "Toxic Mushroom", which was made in 2010, had all the weaknesses of "Help Me" and all the strengths of "Burnt Generation". The movie "Mime Like Mother" by Mollagholipour, which was very popular, was also one of his last movies.