Janan, a woman from Afghanistan, travels to the UK for artificial insemination. Cultural, religious, and moral complications explode when William, a medical sciences student working in the clinic, switches the donor's semen for his own.
The story is about a will. A man has passed away and everybody is gathering around his body. His last will was that after his death his body will be give to the medical university to be ... See full summary »
Azim, an afghan refugee, who works at the municipality at night, lives in Tehran along with his family. Being the head of entire family and as the eldest brother, he arranges for his ... See full summary »
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Three interwoven stories of loneliness and isolation that centre around Janan, a woman from Afghanistan who travels to the UK for artificial insemination. Complications arise when William, a medical sciences student working in the clinic switches the donor's semen for his own.Written by
The film was selected as the Afghan entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards but it was not nominated. The film was also one of the qualifying films for the 73rd Golden Globes (2015). See more »
Must watch film.
Highly recommended. Loved the modern take on Afghan women. Not all women are victims in Afghanistan and this film shows interesting and unique perspective of a decision made by an afghan family. The story, directing, performance and production is great and enjoyed every moment of it.
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