reminds the world of the optimism shown in Iranian films. Life of Iranians, especially those of Iranian women, in must look dull to foreigners. Hayat, the Iranian girl, tries to find someone to baby-sit her sibling because she has an important exam to take. The audiences hold their breath when Hayat is out of breath, running around with a baby in her arms. The experiences come alive and feel so real that it creates suspense. Even when the audiences are discouraged as they realize that there is nothing Hayat can do, she never gives up hope. In another famous Iranian film directed by Abbas Kiarostami, the main character, Ahmed, gives up on finding his friend, but saves his friend from trouble by doing his homework just like the solutions Hayat seeks to find until the very end. Such optimism in the midst of long patience seems to be the unique merit and beauty in Iranian films.