A soul-stirring drama featuring some great acting performances, No Date, No Signature explores the issues of guilt and responsibility in a society where people are often compelled to circumvent the law.
The forensic pathologist Dr Nariman, a principled and virtuous man, causes an accident involving a motorcyclist and his family, and injures their 8-year-old son. The next morning, he finds out that the same little boy has been brought in for an autopsy. Dr Nariman faces a dilemma now: is he responsible for the child’s death due to the accident or he died of food poisoning according to other doctor’s diagnostic?
“How many times so far our fear and inability to express the simple truth has triggered a big calamity in the life of another? I don’t know what I would do if I was in the shoes of the protagonist doctor, but I remember vividly much less troublesome moments when I succumbed to my fears and doubts. This film might be an elegy at the grave of a man I once dreamt to be.” (Vahid Jalilvand)
Born in Teheran in 1976. After graduating from the Teheran University of Theatre, he embarked on the career of a theatre actor. In 1996, he started working for the Iranian television as editor and later as director. No Date, No Signature is his second feature film.