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Leila and Reza meet in a kind of celebration and fall for each other. Having discovered their love, they get married soon only to find out the infertility of Leila. That's when Reza's authoritative mother starts wheedling Leila to persuade Reza into second marriage for the sake of having a grandchild. Leila accepts at first but is unaware of her own strain threshold. Written by
this film is indicating a semi modern Iranian couple ,who are trying to fight with old believes &old generation.in this battle they fail cause the man is not strong enough.if you really want to understand this film you must know a lot about Iranian nowadays culture. Leila is the symbol of a young Iranian woman who marry with love but others interferer her life with the name of family traditions and customs.specially her husbands family .at the end of film it shows that every one is damaged by this interference Leila,her husband,mother in law&... the subject is some how strange for westerners,but many of your subjects are strange for easterners too!
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