The Longest Night (The Yalda Night) 2001
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Hamed, who had been a flight engineer, has been out of work for some time. By the insistence of his wife Mahnaz, Hamed finally sends her and his daughter, Nazi, to Germany. Aziz khanoom, Hamid's mother, blames her son for this, while constantly insisting that he should not be left alone and uses her uncle's help to try to get back to his work. But Hamed is not very happy and still prefers to remain isolated, and his only consolation is to call his wife Mahnaz and his daughter Nazi. But once that Mahnaz tells him that she was forced to stay in a refugee camp to obtain a refugee visa, Hamid gets angry and asks her to come back to Iran as soon as possible with Nazi. But Mahnaz insists on staying in Germany and refuses to accept Hamed's request. Sometime later, Hamed receives a letter of attorney asking for his wife's divorce, and he who is severely isolated and depressed, tries to recover himself, and now that no one else is about to contact him, he contacts Ms. Priya, his neighbour, to comfort his emotional pressure. Hamed's uncle contacts him and informs that Aziz Khanoom, his mother is deteriorating and says that he is willing to visit her. Hamid accepts, but before the trip, Parya comes to see him with a bunch of flowers. Hamed gives him the key of his house and Parya steps into a house that has long been in the absence of a woman ...