Rangerou is the nickname of a teenager boy living in one of the Persian Gulf islands with his family. He is pupil at school and at the same time, he works to support his family. He sells fish in the Russian campus, where engineers who are working on the nuclear site of the island live. One night he dreams about a UFO and an abandoned alien but believes it was real. The next day he tells his story to everybody he knows and has met, but no one believes it, except for a Russian boy of his age. Soon they become good friends even though they can't speak the same language. After some time Rangerou, who learned Russian by practice, understands that his friend and all other foreigners have to leave Iran for some obscure, political reasons.
Olfat is raising her children in hardship. She has one daughter and one son called Yonos who works in Kerman copper mine. Olfat used to go to the mine and give some food to her son. One day, she finds a note at home with this massage "My friends and I are going to enter the war as soldiers". After reading this note, Olfat and his friend's parents got worried about their sons. When operation Valfajr failed, they received news about Yonos's friend. Olfat is waiting for her son too. As she finds out that the Iraqi radio announces the Iranian captives' names, she ties a radio on her back and carries it everywhere.
Three stubborn characters confront each other in a mine-riddled no-man's-land in the devastated South. Mahboobeh , a headstrong, grief-crazed woman who grew up in the area; Davoud, an embittered veteran focused to the point of insanity on his job clearing mines and Jomeh, an Afghan refugee whose own experience of tragedy gives him the empathy to communicate with his fellow outcasts.
Narges and Nasrin are two elementary school girls who meet each other in a school festival and find out that they are twin sisters. Their parents were separated. Their mother was a dress maker, and their father was a composer and musician, but they have never told their kids about this. One of girls lives with their mother and another one lives with their father. The girls decide to change places, and their parents don't realize what they have done, because the girls look very much alike each other.
Maryam and Mitil is about Maryam who is a six-year-old girl, living in an orphanage who wants to experience life in a family to fill out the emptiness of her life. She has to face a lot of difficulties in order to depend to a great extent on her own determination.