Breath is about an Iranian family who lives in Iran. It tells the story of Bahar, who is living with her father, Ghafour and Grandmother during the 70s.She is living in her childish and surreal world, filled with their dreams and fantasies.
In the tenth year of marriage, Babak and Manizheh face the biggest challenge of their life. Financial problems and difficult social situation cause Babak to work very hard and this leads to... See full summary »
Mohammad Kamal Alavi
Two years ago during nineteen-year-old Akram's engagement ceremony,her father is killed in a quarrel with one of the groom's family members and, after a while, the murderer is sentenced to ... See full summary »
Ghashang and Farang are two elderly sisters living with their sons Bahman and Vahid. Farang's son, Bahman is a film critic and Ghashang's son, Vahid is a dentist. Although Vahid is married,... See full summary »
The story is about the world of a small family with familiar dreams and not so remarkable problems. The mother is trying to lead everything to save her family, but small events disarrange all her plans.
Yasaman has been living with her mother Leila since birth. Leila has never let her see her father. When Yasaman gets brain death in an accident, Leila has one week time to get consent from her ex-husband for a vital issue.
World's deepest cold water lake is in the city of "Ramyan", and based on a story, all the youth of the city need to climb the waterfall and jump into this lake in order to become a Man. And... See full summary »
The parallel stories of three women Gisoo, Aylar and Narges. Gisoo is a cab driver and one day by sheer coincidence, she meets Reza Farjam, a very famous actor. Aylar is a young woman who is in love with Eilia. Eilia's fiancee has passed away, and he is devastated by this tragedy and is going through depression. Narges is another young woman who believes in humanity and understands the values of life. All three stories converge at the end, and it becomes clear that they're all different parts of one story.Written by