'As Simple as That' is the touching portrait of an under-appreciated and unfulfilled woman's loneliness. Tahereh goes about her day, quietly attending to the demands of family and neighbors while her own low spirits go unnoticed. As her sense of isolation becomes more profound, even the brief glimpses of happiness she catches through her children seem to mark her search for meaning in her own life. The film captures Tahereh’s emotional state with an understated finesse. Celebrated at multiple film festivals across the world, this is a film of great poignancy and beauty.