Late-shift taxi driver Ali works the 'mean streets' of Tehran and in the process he encounters a wide variety of people. The taciturn, disconsolate man meets the owner of the last ... See full summary »
A group of middle-class friends travel from Tehran to spend the weekend at the seaside. Sepideh invites Elly, who is her daughter's teacher, to travel with the three families in order to ... See full summary »
Roya, Farzins's mother, has left her husbands. As young Farzin quits university, accidentally he meets a girl from a wealthy family who is the manager of an NGO. Aware of farzin's ... See full summary »
By the time of a famous poet's doubtful death, his last poem is found. The indication of its code would help to find out about the mysterious parts of his life and death. Any of his ... See full summary »
A look at the lives of 3 well-off Iranian couples who are ostensibly living an idyllic life and are going to have a get-together for a birthday party. Each couple bearing their own sordid ... See full summary »
This drama centers on a love story between an Iranian-Palestinian Muslim man and a French Jewish woman. Over the course of the 22 episodes, the hero saves his love from Nazi detention camps... See full summary »
more than a movie, it is a manifesto. not only about Iranian realities but about search of sense of many people. in same measure, it is a picture of a society , a manner not for protest but for define rules of a world. a woman and her fight for escape from a dark circle. a bitter , cruel, maybe too honest movie, analysis of a decision growing-up, it is mixture of minimalist tools , cold colors, politic and bureaucracy, slices of modern theater play and inspired definition for solitude. a film like a manifesto. or a form of mute cry. all around a turtle and its escape, with a powerful last scene, remarkable for wise performance of Leyla Zareh.
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