An old couple, verses of Hafez, the tension between a young couple, flowers and figues and the atmosphere of honey and cinnamon. The first temptation is to define it as a beautiful film. Or to feel it as fake, too didacticist, naive, poetic, artificial, a sentimental project, too pink to not be made for easy public/festivals succes. But, obvious, it is more. You feel the soul of a world in each scene. So, more than a good film, a seductive confession. Maybe, real useful. About marriage, off course, about love and happiness, no doubts. But, more important, about the fair way to discover, as part of yourself, the other.
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