This is the story of the time when narcotics impair the brain; the time when a father’s hallucination becomes the dawn of his family’s demise by slicing them into pieces for a sin they have not committed; the time when revenge is the only reason to live. A series of violent and ruthless murders committed on the pretext of Deadly Sins (religion) brings Faramarz Afshar, a 32-year-old detective, into a case for which no easy conclusion can clearly be conceived of. "Murder in Tehran’s Alleys 2" is a tribute to David Fincher’s "Se7en".
Holy violence?! That’s how Jamshid Farrokhi, a crystal meth addict, is thinking. After using this narcotic industrial chemical, he ruthlessly kills his whole family - his wife, 12-year-old daughter and newborn son – out of severe hallucination. It was only after he sobers up that he realizes what a disaster he has brought to himself. So, he decides to avenge those who were responsible for his decadence and for turning him into a human less worthy of an animal. Thus began the murders and the unimaginable violence! The recorded films during the murders and the heartbreaking confessions by the victims shock everyone and cause turbulence in the society. Faramarz Afshar, a 32-year-old detective, is assigned to investigate this case; a case which can seemingly be regarded as the most difficult challenge in his life. In “Murder in Tehran Alleys 2” you experience the encounter between Faramarz and Jamshid Farrokhi in a clash of violence, reason, and the Great Sins (religion) with a taste of serial killing stories. “Murder in Tehran Alleys 2” is a tribute to David Fincher’s “Se7en”