Judging from what I’ve sampled, this provocative feature by Dariush Mehrjui might be described as an Iranian fundamentalist version of J.D. Salinger’s Franny and Zooey—a story about a woman from an intellectual family, a literature and drama student engaged to a square academic, who becomes obsessed with The Green Book, an account of the spiritual journey of a fifth-century mystic, and begins to have something resembling a nervous breakdown. The film’s cinematographer, Alireza Zarindast, will be present for a discussion after both screenings.