The tragic absence [of Leila and Amir] from each other's lives largely contributes to the film's emotional resonance. Mohammadi has been targeted by the Iranian government, banned from making films, and was even in prison for two years. The tragic turn of an event defines the very fabric of their relationship and bleak future. It's so enraging and heartbreaking. Kazem has a daughter the same age as her year-old son, Amir, and since tradition frowns upon a young girl sharing a household with her stepbrother, Kazem tells Leila not to bring her son until he marries his daughter off. Son-Mother by Mahnaz Mohammadi. And it's an artful example of the Iranian mixture of documentary-style realism and artful allegory. Ashkan Ashkani's precise framing and photography captures the intricacy of a threatened relationship in the backdrop of a tightening of economic sanctions on Iran. After a few months, Amir tries to escape and on the run faces Kazem, who asks him to think about his family's future.
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