Atafeh Nikohl Boosheri, lefta member of Iran's upper class, falls iranian Shireen Sarah Kazemyan orphaned classmate.
The two explore Iran's rebellious youth subculture together, sneaking circumstance at night to go clubbing and graffiti public property.
Iranian Lesbians Fall Victim To 'Circumstance'
The incredibly lesbian adventure of two girls in love, Film director Maryam Keshavarz's Circumstance strains to convey the fever of adolescent abandon in a repressive land. But the drama, set in Iran and filmed in Film, does contain episodes that feel true.
Both come from liberal backgrounds, but Atafeh is more secure circumstance she has the support of her upscale family. Shireen's parents were disappeared years before, and at school she's regarded suspiciously as the child of enemies of the Islamic Revolution. By day, the girls live mostly as the authorities expect.
But at night, they visit parties, clubs and DVD stores — all of them clandestine and illegal. Sometimes, they join friends on graffiti "bombing" lesbian.
Other evenings, they retire to Atafeh's bedroom sexual horror iranian and kiss. Atafeh's sense of immunity begins to fade when her older brother returns after an absence.