The Legend of Siavash (1976): In his final testimonial film directed shortly before his death in 1979, Kimyagarov, completes his trilogy with the story of the legendary Persian prince who...展开lived in the earliest days of the Persian Empire. He was a son of Kai Kavoos, then Shah of Iran, and due to the treason of his stepmother, Sudabeh (with whom he refused to have sex and betray his father), self-exiled himself to Turan where he was killed innocently by order of The Turanian king Afrasiab. He was later avenged by his son Kai Khosrow. He is a symbol of innocence in Persian Literature. His name literally means "the one with the black horse". Ferdowsi in Shahnameh dubs his horse as Shabrang Behzād literally meaning "night-colored purebred".