I Want To Be Afsaneh
Social Sciences and Humanities • 38m
Afsaneh and her daughter live in Tehran. Her husband became a drug addict and abandoned his family. Afsaneh was left destitute and forced to rely on her family for a place to live. Out of desperation she sold one of her kidneys, but her struggle with poverty continues.
Director: Selma Nayebi
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