|Directed by||Dariush Mehrjui|
|Produced by||Dariush Mehrjui|
|Written by||Dariush Mehrjui, Mahnaz Ansarian|
Mohamad Reza Sharifinia
|Running time||110 minutes|
Leila and Reza are a modern Iranian couple, content with their recent marriage. However, Leila learns that she is unable to conceive. Reza's mother insists that he, as the only son, must have children ("everything goes to the son"), despite Reza's insistence that he does not want children, and suggests that he get a second wife. He adamantly refuses the idea; his mother champions it. Leila gets caught between the two worlds; elated at spending time with Reza one moment and torn apart by his nagging mother the next.
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