In this energetic black comedy, a stone thrown through a window becomes the catalyst for a family feud between two sisters and their families. Azar's son, Babak, is to marry Mahshid, Azadeh's daughter. However, things don't quite go to plan, and what begins as tension between the two factions becomes an all-out war. When kidnapping and attempted murder are added to the mix, it is unclear if the family will ever see eye to eye. Narrated by Azar's writer son, Fahrad, the film’s eclectic cast and episodic nature is reminiscent of the work of Wes Anderson.
Do you know what I like about Maradona? I like that in his life there was never a line between reality and fantasy; when he was playing, he was playing with all his heart, he flew when he was not playing; and when he was an addict, he would put a mountain of cocaine in front of himself and used it, he went to the extremes… All because reality and fantasy had no border for him; and if it even had, he couldn’t recognize the line.