Rafi Pitts is one of the most prominent filmmakers to have emerged from Iranian cinema’s new wave. Having fled the country for Europe with his family in 1981, Pitts was the first exiled filmmaker to have returned to work in Iran, producing films that have won international awards and acclaim. His highly cinematic and authentically observed works tell very human stories against the wider background of contemporary Iranian society. This 3 disc set includes
Since her husband’s death, Sanam and her son Issa are exposed to an avalanche of problems, which will change the course of their destiny, forcing them to accept a life they never wanted.
A stranger arrives in town in search of work, whose eye is taken by the beautiful young woman, abandoned by her husband a long time ago. The film illuminates the plight of a generation torn between a desire to leave their country yet who are bound by blood to home.
This powerful thriller stars writer/director Rafi Pitts as Ali, a man whose world is shattered when his wife and young daughter go missing. A tense and compelling film set against the background of social unrest in Iran.
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