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In a remote Iranian village, young Tila's life takes a harrowing turn due to poverty, leading her to marry a man as old as her father. Years later, she gives birth to Delbar, her glimmer of hope, but her vast age gap with her husband breeds a bitter relationship marked by humiliation.

Delbar, a five-year-old with boundless innocence, goes missing after leaving home to play with village children. Meanwhile, Tila's childhood friend, Omid, arrives determined to rescue her from her abusive marriage. Tragically, Delbar's lifeless body is eventually discovered by police officers, underscoring the prevalent issue of child marriage and the dire lack of rights for children and teenagers in certain regions.
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In a village in Iran, a little girl named Tila marries a man the same age as her father due to the family's poverty, and after a few years, Tila gives birth to a daughter named Delbar.
Due to the big age difference between Tila and her husband, they do not have a good relationship and her husband humiliates her a lot. Now Delbar is a beautiful five -year-old girl. One day, Delbar leaves the house to play with the neighborhood children and never returns. By the way, Tila's childhood friend named Omid has come to this village to save Tila from her cruel husband and take her with him. Delbar is lost and finally her body is found by police officers...
This movie is based on a true story. In Iran and some parts of the world, child and teenage marriage is prevalent and unfortunately the rights of children and teenagers are not respected.
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