Born Under Libra - 2000
Directed by Ahmad Reza Darvish
The love between two university students is tested by their opposing political ideologies and the raging campus debate on the segregation of the sexes.
Color, 1 hour 35 minutes, Farsi
Original Title: Motovaled-e-Mah-e Mehr
|Mohammad Reza Forutan||Daniel|
|Mahmoud Azizi||Mahtab's Father|
|Writer||Ahmad Reza Darvish|
|Director||Ahmad Reza Darvish|
|Director of Photography||Hassan Pouya|
|Sound Recordist||Jahanghir Mirshekari
|Sound Mixer||Jahanghir Mirshekari|
|Music||Mohammad Reza Aligholi|
Mahtab (Mitra Hajar) recollects her ordeal.
It is clear that Mahtab's father (Mahmoud Azizi) runs the family.
A group of war veterans are of the minority opinion that classrooms should be segregated by sex.
The reformists believe that Mahtab's father, as a member of the school's supreme council, can help their cause.
It turns out that Mahtab's father is one of the most vocal members of the council in favor of segregation.
The students voice their discontent.
Mahtab and Daniel (Mohammad Reza Forutan) have a shaky relationship.
Extenuating circumstances cause Mahtab and Daniel to flee south.
The couple accidentally ends up in the middle of no-mans' land.
Making the best of the situation.
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