YES

She (Allen) is wealthy, successful, & married. He (Abkarian) is a refugee with limited economic or social resources. Magnetic energy pulls them together until mundane realities force them apart. Can they find their way back from “No” to “Yes”? Poetic and beautifully filmed, with a wonderful soundtrack & mesmerizing acting. More on YES.

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