Syngue Sabour is a Franco-Afghan film. The notable protagonist is actress Golshifteh Farahani who watches over her older husband in a decrepit room who is abandoned by his companions of the Jihad and also by his brothers.
She decides to tell the truth to him about her feelings about their relationship to her silent husband which she had kept deep inside her for the past 10 years.
This paralysed man unconsciously becomes syngue sabour (a magical black stone) which according to Persian mythology, is known to absorb plight of those who confide in it.
In this wait for her husband to come back to life, she struggles and finds refuge in her aunt's place, who is a prostitute. What happens after weeks of looking after him and her confessions is what this film is all about.
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