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Teenage girls consigned to the Iranian "Correctional and Rehabilitation Centre" discuss their troubled lives and reveal what brought them there.

Mehrdad Oskouei

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Mehrdad Oskouei
Writer Mehrdad Oskouei
Country Iran
Also Known As Starless Dreams, 少女は夜明けに夢をみる, Des rêves sans étoiles, Bezgwiezdne sny, Sötét álmok
Runtime 1 h 16 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K

Top reviews

Friday, 03 Jul 2020 06:59

It's like a sequel to "The Killing Fields". The movie starts in Nepal, shows a village, and a woman who lost her son in the war, her son, and her husband, now are living with their daughter and her two sons. Then we see them in their small village. The film shows the hardships they had to endure. The girl, is struggling, but her father is strong, she tries to stand up to her husband, and he uses his control to keep her in line. Then they move to the US and the family is living in a big house, but her mother and father, still living with their old family. The father is a master of giving her what she needs, but she is struggling to make ends meet. The older brother, is also struggling, he has to work, and there are few jobs available, so he has to take a job to help with his family. We see that they are struggling, and it's not always about money, and the financial help is more than they can take. The film shows how the older brother is struggling, and that he is hurting, he has to ask for help, and he has to give his father more than he can handle. The older brother is giving in to his father, and is putting him in danger. Then, there is a son, who is still in Nepal, and he has to stay with his father. He is trying to find work, but his father wants him to stay with his old family, so he has to leave his son in Nepal, and stay with his father. He is struggling with his father, and he does not want to leave his son. There are many scenes of hardship, but this film is really good, the first one is a good movie, but this one is better. The second one is better, and we can see the children doing better. This is a good movie, and it should be shown in schools, to show how hard life is for people who have to go through war, and the sacrifices that must be made.
Wednesday, 06 May 2020 19:01

You don't have to have seen the movie, but it would be nice to have a bit of background information. This movie is very, very sad. The family were forced to move into a state-run prison, but they did not want to, so they were sent to a "GANG" prison. I won't go into details, but the movie does a great job of showing how the family cope. The families have to live in fear and isolation, but they try to hide it. The one mother has to do her job of cooking, cleaning, and the other one has to care for the little boy, while the other mother is waiting for the girl. I think the real-life story of this family is really something. There is so much cruelty in this world, and no one is ever allowed to do anything about it. Even if someone tries to help them, it's like they are like "Get outta here! You're dead already! Why are you doing this? What do you want? And what about us? We are still in the prison!" There are some other people in the prison, but they don't really have much of a role in the story. The director did a good job in telling this story, but I think the movie could have been better if it was made in the 50's. The first half of the movie is very moving, and it shows the long struggle the family had to go through to get to where they are. But the story doesn't go much further, and it doesn't show the complete story of the family. I would recommend this movie to people who have seen the movie, but it's not a great movie. It's a good movie, but not a great movie.

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