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I actually loved this movie. It was different from all the other Iranian movies I have seen. In most Iranian movies, due to restrictions, as soon as a female & male's relationship is about to become serious, they are quickly engaged and married. There is no talk of attraction. And by attraction I mean actual lust, sexual attraction. In this movie, lust and sexuality are some what loosely explored. Bahram Radan is a great actor. He can play any role. He was great in this movie as an possessive, obsessive attractive ( and I mean wow, hot, attractive) man. This movie did not drag on and on. It was easy to watch and actually very realistic. Great job!
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