My Mother Oak
Mahmoud Rahmani • 51m
Directed by Mahmoud Rahmani • 2010 • Iran
In the mountains, we acquaint with a person called Asad. He can sing well. His house was flooded by holding back the water of Karoon-3 dam. Because of his interest in the mountains and the jungle, he can’t stay in the city for good, so he sometimes returns to the mountains. In the workers’ idea, Asad has become abnormal after his tragic love and the heartbreak. When the workers have gone, we go beside their village which was flooded. The dam not only destroyed many villages but also changed the ecosystem.
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