Nasser Refaie’s absorbing drama about a widower’s mourning is a study of both depression and contemporary Iran. Majid Jalilian is superb as the widower, a low-level Tehran office worker whose self-absorbed grief brooks no challenge: external events—political suppression, drug taking, street robbery—only push him to retreat further into himself. Jalilian never speaks, which only rivets the viewer’s attention on his melancholy face. In Farsi with subtitles. 90 min.