Synopsis: Breath is about an Iranian family who lives in Iran. It tells the story of Bahar,who is living with her father, Ghafour (Mehran Ahmadi) and Grandmother (Pantea Panahiha) during the 70s.Bahar is living in her childish and surreal world, filled with their dreams and fantasies.
Genre: Drama, Fantasy
130 min

Look, dad!


Don't be rude!

Learn from her.

Her grade is lower than you and

she's telling your dictation.

Write, damn you!

I gave a bowl of eggs to your

teacher yesterday to pass you.

If only I get you somewhere!

I'll thrash you!

- Dad!

- Quiet!

If I get up, I'll make you black and blue!

I must take from these kids and myself and

give to the teachers to give you the mark.

- Write!

- I don't want to!

Get up!

Get up, kid!

Bring my jacket.


You are the top student?

Why do you fight your brother?

This is your prize.

A boat?

It is for boys!

In the past things were

only for boys or girls.

What boats we had! Magnificent!

You pour paraffin oil in it, light

its wig, and it moves on water.

I love you!

Listen, mother. See if it is good.

We'll come to Yazd in Muharram.

I mean you will, not me.

Afsar says to save some

pomegranate paste for us.

Hyacinth, daffodil, and

clover Forget me not forever!

Is it good?

Dad, put your pencil behind

your ear like the carpenters!

It doesn't go there. I'll put it in my ear!


- What is it?

- A boat.

I know. I have a better one.

- Put it in front of your bike.

- I'm not nuts.

It's no use to me.

Miss? It is yours.

What is it?

A boat. My dad's bought it for me.

How pretty!

But you mustn't give a

present to someone else.

Keep it. Well done, darling.

I have a good present for you.

Don't give it to anybody.

You must wear them to school.

Thank God! She's come to!

My dear girl!

I love you!

Drink! Don't fear.

Drink, dear.

- Our plots are behind the brook.

- Where?

Upper than our house or lower?

Upper. Near Hajji Khankar's orchard.

I know where it is. He

means the apricot grove.

We were going to the farm in the morning.

I saw her in the water. She was weak.

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Narges Abyar

Narges Abyar (Persian: نرگس آبیار‎) (born 1970 in Tehran, Iran) is an Iranian author, film director and screenwriter, best known for directing Trench 143. This film is adapted from Abyar’s novel titled The Third Eye narrating the story of a woman and her son during the time of the Iran–Iraq War. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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