Mina’s life is turned upside down when she learns that her husband Babak was innocent of the crime for which he was executed. The authorities apologize for the mistake and offer the prospect of financial compensation. Mina starts a silent battle against a cynical system for her own and her daughter’s sake. Just as her money is running out, a stranger named Reza knocks at her door, saying he has come to repay a debt he owed to Babak.
Behtash Sanaeeha was born in Shiraz, Iran. After completing his degree in civil engineering, he began writing scripts and directing short films, documentaries and commercials, and wrote and directed two animated series and a film for television. His first fiction feature was ‘Risk of Acid Rain’ (2015), with a script co-written by himself and Maryam Moghaddam, and later they co-directed the documentary feature ‘The Invincible Diplomacy of Mr Naderi’ (2017). Maryam Moghaddam was born in Tehran. She is an actress, screenwriter and director. She graduated from the Performing Arts School of Gothenburg, Sweden. She has worked as an actress in various Swedish theatres. She starred in a number of Iranian films, including Jafar Panahi and Kambuzia Partovi’s ‘Closed Curtain’, that won the Silver Bear at Berlin International Film Festival in 2013.