This film with a director and a group of Iranian actors were able to make an interesting and deconstructive film. The film also had weaknesses and I am not sure what some of the elements mean. For example, on what basis did the vampire girl choose her victims, or why did she wear the hijab, or the director's weak dominance of Iranian culture . On the plus side, the director's excellent mastery of the Western and vampire genres. Another point…
Basically, informative films are more valuable to me. Mark Ruffalo played great. The storyline of the film is not boring, which shows the good work of the director. The film is not perfect, but it is understandable because of the reality of the film and the events. Turning such a story into a movie is not easy. It could be made in the documentary genre.