Where We Used to Swim
Lake Urmia in Northern Iran was once the biggest lake of the Middle East. But human influence has set its course and brought the drought. Nowadays just 5% of the original lake remain. The rest is dried out and covered by salt. It became a political symbol all over the country. This cinematic essay observes the places of present and past and weaves a new narration with fragments of identity and memory.
Daniel Asadi Faezi