- Original title
Ghesse-ha / Ghesseha (Tales)
- Running time
- 88 min.
Rakhshan Bani-Etemad, Farid Mostafavi
Drama | Social Drama. Ensemble Film
- Synopsis / Plot
- Tales (Ghesseha) features mostly female characters from Rakhshan Banietemad’s previous films, people who represent different layers of the society. The film also depicts a courageous and honest image of today’s Iranian society and its recent issues, covering subjects like students’ and workers’ movements as well as many others. The characters, which include filmmakers, workers, intellectuals, state employees, social workers, etc., have one thing in common. They are all passionate and in love. Ghesseha, in fact, is a love story of mothers and sons, husbands and wives, and men and women whose love and passion give them the hope to overcome their difficulties, whether these difficulties are the universal struggles of the society’s lower ranks, or any other social or emotional issue. So they find the power to continue their fights for a better life, ending in enjoying one that is brightened by love.
: Venice Film Festival: Best Screenplay
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