Sleep Song for Dead Girl
In a half-built complex in the suburb of Tehran, ‘Zohre’, an adolescent girl that feels pressure from her family for several reasons, feels that a young girl named ‘Hakime’ is communicating with her. Hakime is a girl with grey hair and her hands are burnt from elbow downward and above all she is dead 100 years ago. Among people surrounding Zohre nobody believes her words. But ‘Mina’, a girl whose father is a writer, and become familiar with Zohre accidently, believes her. At the same time, a friend of Mina’s father that is a history researcher gets access to some reports about Iran’s constitutionalist revolution (of 1906).