The film is about a teenage girl who gets involved in the process of delivering a pack of cocaine to its client, and gets stuck in a weird cycle of occurrences.

The movie, which received the Grand Jury Award - Live-Action Short at the American Film Institute - AFI FEST last November, is currently competing in the 38th Fajr Film Festival underway in Tehran.

The winners of the festival were announced last Tuesday with So What If the Goats Die by Sofia Alaoui from France receiving the Grand Jury Prize, the organizers announced.

The Short Film Jury Award in the international fiction category was presented to The Devil's Harmony by Dylan Holmes Williams from the United Kingdom, while John Was Trying to Contact Aliens by American director Matthew Killip won the Short Film Jury Award in the non-fiction competition.

The award for best short animation went to Daughter by Czech director Daria Kashcheeva, and Michael Arcos was named best director for Valerio’s Day Out, a co-production between Colombia and the U.S.

Source: Tehran Times