Jancso is asking about SOKHOUT, the 1998 release from the great Iraninan writer/director Mohsen Makhmalbaf, who's won a ton of awards worldwide. SOKHOUT is about the experiences of a blind boy who works as a string instrument tuner. Typical of Makhmalbaf cinema, the film is visually interesting throughout, but will bore those who go to films to be shuttled from one plot twist to another. I like it a lot but prefer the similarly titled A MOMENT OF SILENCE. By the way, Mohsen's daughter Samira has turned out to be just as talented as dad. Check out her Cannes-awarded AT 5 IN THE AFTERNOON, BLACKBOARDS and THE APPLE.