The Lady Trailer

The Lady Trailer (1992)

01 January 1992 115 mins

Maryam Banoo, a depressed wealthy woman, finds out that her husband is having an affair with another woman. Her husband leaves the house after Maryam Banoo understands the truth. Maryam feels lonely and, by accident, she finds a poor worker and his pregnant wife who are homeless and need a warm place and some treatments for the wife. Maryam Banoo helps them by inviting them to her house and entertaining them with several kinds of food and drinks. The husband and wife invite some other members of their family to Banoo's house and they start to steal Banoo's expensive furniture and bothering her with their bad behavior. Finally Maryam's husband comes back from the trip and throws the poor people out. He admits that he is sorry about his affair but Maryam doesn't accept it and moves to an unknown place to live in peace. Her husband goes after her.

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Iran 01 January 1992

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