Mahmoud Ghaffari was born in Teheran in 1976. He started cinema with short fiction and documentary films, and he has made 15 films. His film It's a Dream won the Talent Tape Award at the Fribourg International Film Festival in Switzerland.
A first-grade primary school teacher in a poor suburb of Tehran assigns a letter to each student and asks them to bring items starting with an assigned letter, related to their fathers' jobs. Mehdi's father is a fruit seller and he must bring 30 apples ("Seeb" in Farsi) to class on the "S" Day. However, an unfortunate event immerses the family in a crisis. Saeed, Mehdi's older brother, should find a way to overcomoe this challenge and help Mehdi for "the apple day". More