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Shab Dakheli Divaar

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Shab, Dakheli, Divaar: شب، داخلی، دیوار : "Shab, Dakheli, Divaar" is an Iranian drama penned and directed by Vahid Jalilvand, with production led by Ali Jalilvand, released in 2022. The film features Navid Mohammadzadeh, Diana Habibi, and Amir Aghaee in leading roles, offering a profound exploration of human resilience, desperation, and the quest for redemption.

The narrative unfolds with the attempted suicide of a blind man named Ali (played by Navid Mohammadzadeh), which is thwarted by his building's janitor. Subsequently, Ali learns about Leila (played by Diana Habibi), a fugitive hiding from authorities possibly within his building. Leila, suffering from severe epilepsy and in a state of increasing hysteria, has sought refuge in Ali's home unbeknownst to him. As Ali discovers Leila, it is revealed that she is a single mother who was recently separated from her four-year-old son during worker protests outside her place of employment—a factory with meager wages. She had participated in the protests, was arrested, and forcibly placed into a police vehicle, leading to her separation from her son and her desperate search for him.

Ali and Leila find themselves trapped in a confined space, relying solely on each other for survival. This setup creates a tense, emotionally charged atmosphere that delves into themes of societal neglect, the struggle for dignity, and the human capacity for compassion and connection under the most dire circumstances.

"Shab, Dakheli, Divaar" was nominated for the prestigious Golden Lion at the 79th Venice International Film Festival, making its debut on September 8, 2022. This recognition underscores the film's significance and its impactful storytelling, which not only highlights critical social issues but also showcases the resilience of the human spirit. With standout performances from the cast, particularly Navid Mohammadzadeh and Diana Habibi, "Beyond the Wall" stands as a poignant reflection on the complexities of modern life and the indomitable will to overcome adversity.

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