On the eve of his thirtieth birthday, Shadow pursues his dream in the heart of today’s Tehran; The dream of becoming a mother. Wandering Around Me, the filmmaker’s latest work, has all the standards of a poetic and emotional cinema. Ghazaleh Soltani, in her first experience of feature filmmaking, goes to the story of a girl named Sayeh (Mehraveh Sharifinia) who, on the eve of her thirtieth birthday, is too lonely amidst the hustle and bustle of Tehran; But Soltani’s approach becomes interesting from the fact that instead of emphasizing the contradiction between the life of the shadow and the city and its surroundings, he relies on the main character and only depicts his life. On the other hand, the shadow of a purely cinematic character is not formed to tell a particular story. Shadow represents all the girls of today in Tehran and all the metropolises. Girls who are not married according to classical traditions, nor, like Western and modern girls, are completely independent. Basically, Soltani avoids any useless exaggeration and glamor in his performance in “Wandering Around Me” and proceeds with his narration in complete simplicity. A narrative that taunts minimalism in shady loneliness…

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