The story of a gang of drug dealers in the south of Tehran who has sheltered many youngsters and orphans from the streets. Shahin and Shakoor who are brothers are leading the gang but when it is collapsed creates a crisis in their family and their lives.
Houman Seyyedi is an Iranian theater, television and cinema actor & Director. After getting a high school diploma in Graphic Design, he attended some courses at Iranian Youth Cinema Society of Rasht and then directed several short movies. He made his movie debut with ‘A Piece of Bread’ (2004), directed by Kamal Tabrizi.
His directing of short movies, including ’35 Meters Below Sea Level’ and ‘Blue Tooth’, earned him several awards at Tehran International Short Film Festival. He also directed his first long movie ‘Africa’ in 2010. Seyyedi has also taken part in various TV.