Days pass and the man is waiting for death in the sadness of losing hif love.
And the days pass.
Poetry transpires across the screen in this film.
There are no dialogues: words are not used to convey the sense of loneliness and sadness that accompany the protagonist left alone on a bus stopped in the middle of the desert.
And a painful and bleeding ritual of love to be repeated every day.
Director Omid Mirzaei has the ability to tell in a short time, without dialogue and with great visual effectiveness, a real “world apart”, outside of space and time, within which the story develops through extraordinary actor performance.
Director: Omid Mirzaei
Running time: 15′