- Duration27 min
Aunt Esma is an old Iranian woman living alone in a remote isolated ancient village in the desert where a lead mine is still active. Workers are talking about “cutting mountains” and discuss their health conditions. Aunt Esma does not want to go away and live with her daughter. She prefers collecting dry wood and talking to her teddy bear. A dung beetle rolls its dung ball.
- Director(s): Ezzatollah Parvazeh
- Producer(s): Ebrahim Moradi
- Country: Iran
- Language: Persian, Farsi
- Premiere status: World Premiere