mother and daughter / married couple / Islamic culture / authoritarianism
After six months, Elaheh is finally allowed to visit her husband, who is a political prisoner. Elaheh and her little daughter Tara have one single day to prepare for this important meeting.
After six months, a woman is finally allowed to visit her husband in prison. However, she is prohibited from seeing him due to an administrative error. The film depicts a family's long wait for reconciliation, abrupt rejection, and refusal. This film does not figure out what his allegation is or whether the allegation is true. Instead, it conveys bureaucratic indifference and injustice, which prevents visiting a family member without any political intention and context. [HWANG Miyojo]
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Azadeh MOUSSAVI is an Iranian independent director and producer. She graduated in directing in 2009 and soon after she directed the documentary From Iran, A Separation (2013) which won many prizes and appeared in well-known TV channels. Her latest documentary Finding Farideh (2018) won many prizes in the international film festivals and it has been selected to be Iran’s official contender at Oscars. In 2019 she directed the short movie The Visit based on her childhood memories.
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