i saw this movie in berlin at babylon cinema. the few people who were present were so touched that when the film was finished their cheers sounded as if there were 1000 people in the theatre.i felt so proud to be an Iranian for once after 30 years.not even one movie coming out of Iran ever showed what people could do once left in peace and freedom, and bravely enough how beautifully all taboos could be broken "positively" only when a true artist is behind a work. i was always an admirer of shokof films. i was under the impression that i was about to see something i had never seen before,.........like the seven servants and or even breathful. however, this film was story telling at its best, and art in the second row. shokof was only visible in the concept "the story was really original again" and he let the actors do their jobs at their best. starting from the most beautiful Iranian actor and well i have to add the most powerful as well "Taies Farzan" who convinces the viewers there is a solid character playing the role of her life in gripping moments throughout the film. then there is Pierre Kiwitt, and great Germa actor Vadim Glowna at his best. the film is about a strange promise a sister makes to her dying brother (a demonstrator for peace and democracy through the last uprising for iranian presidential election and.......all that ugly events that took place ....) who has been fatally tortured in the hands of Iranian Thugs in the prisons. she lands in Berlin after his death to deliver the first of two promises that is to find Hitler's Grave and on to the next promise which holds your breath all the way to the last minute in the movie. the message, the cast, the story, the gracious Directing , the music and all its simplicity in form makes this movie one of my all time favorites. i could watch it over and over again, and that is why this most humane film gets a 10 from me.