Director: Mojtaba Mirtahmasb, Rakhshan Banietemad Run Time: 99 min.
Touran Mirhadi (Khomarloo) is known as the preeminent architect of childhood institutions and the mother of modern education in Iran. She is the founder of Farhad School, the Children’s Book Council, and the Encyclopedia for Young People. She was also actively involved with close to 20 other institutions dealing with child development and education, and supported the formation of dozens of others. This film follows the efforts and preoccupations of Ms. Touran Mirhadi in the last four years of her life. It shows how she strove to enrich the field of child education in Iran to the age of 89, always maintaining that peace was to be cultivated at childhood.
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