Parsia, whose mischief has infuriated the whole school, the new principal on the first day of his work at school asks him to bring his mother to school tomorrow, but Parsia, who realizes the critical living conditions of his mother in the absence of his father, convinces his uncle to be a woman. Come to school and end the affair well, but the affair gets worse when Mr. Nazem falls in love with Parsia’s false mother, and the story of these days of Iranian cinema is the story of the free stone and the free sparrow. Every filmmaker, no matter what his style, makes a clumsy, vulgar comedy to contribute to this low-risk gamble, the outcome of which is already known. Hossein Qanat’s latest “Lasagna” is a clear example of this approach.

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