Pleasantly playful perspective.
- The Apple review by CP Customer
This is a docu-style movie following the life of two young female twins in Iran.
The film centres around a clash between a social worker, who wants the children to be allowed out to socialise with other children, and the twins' parents, who are worried about them interacting with boys.
We enjoyed watching the film, chiefly because of some amusing scenes, due to superb dead-pan acting by Ali Naderi, playing the twins' father.
The film style starts off seeming to be overly experimental with a deliberate feel to the camerawork, however quickly finds a natural groove allowing for a pleasant 80-90 minutes.
Overall, we would highly recommend the film, however it was far less enjoyable than the beautiful satires by fellow Iranian lady, Rakhsan Bani Etemad, such as Off Limits and Foreign Currency.
3 out of 3 members found this review helpful.