A career woman in Tehran (Niki Karimi, a protege of Abbas Kiarostami) begins to implode when her father becomes seriously ill, her disabled teen requires a new assisted living facility, and her lover seems to be shacking up with his ex. Plus, an ebullient colleague at her hip graphic design firm (Niloufar Khoshkholgh, who makes even a chador look sexy) may have a thing for her. These concurrent challenges might give anyone pause, but the heroine is such a mope her inaction stalls the narrative of this 2006 drama, which ends abruptly and inconclusively. Karimi directed. In Farsi with subtitles. 72 min.