An old Iranian man disappears while searching for a friend who’s been dead ten years, so his agitated daughter enlists her estranged husband to look for him; the husband puts his foot down at first but soon finds himself cruising the streets of Tehran with his best friend, searching for the old rascal and cursing all the way. Mani Haghighi, whose father and grandfather were also accomplished filmmakers, wrote and directed this debut feature, demonstrating a talent for subtle comedy. The dialogue is uncommonly bawdy and irreverent for Iran; not surprisingly, Haghighi ran afoul of government censors, and his film has yet to be screened in his homeland. With Fatemeh Motamed-Aria and Hedieh Tehrani. In Farsi with subtitles. 83 min.