Shirin has dinner alone with her father in their small north London home. With her mother absent, little is said between them – until Shirin reveals she is going out for the evening.
“Taut, tense and harrowing, Shirin is an excellent piece of film-making… The end, when it comes, is shocking. Words cannot be said about it. ”
Eye For Film **** Review
“Shirin is at once elegiac and rage-inducing.”
Sean Welsh, Glasgow Film Festival blog
Storia Dei Film review (Italian)
“Chilling… a near-perfect short film.”
Emma, blogger (spoilers)
Runtime: 13 mins. Format: HD (RED Camera), B&W.