There are moments in which you have to make a decision. Do you stay in a situation of conflict, or go? Maybe after a while you can reflect on these moments, but you never get to re-live them. I grew up in Teheran with my cousin, Saeid. Five months after I left Iran for good, he was buried under an avalanche and killed. Every month, I receive a parcel from home. It always contains my favorite childhood sweets – the ones I used to eat with Saeid after school. This time, though, there’s something else in the parcel: three DVDs showing the final minutes of Saeid’s life.
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