No Date, No Signature

An Iranian film about a doctor who becomes obsessed with idea that he might be responsible for the death of a boy after they are in a minor car accident together. This despite the fact that the boy is found to have died of botulism from eating tainted meat and didn’t die until days after the accident. This despite the fact the accident was relatively minor, and not the doctor’s fault in the first place. But psychologically it rings true, because it is about the doctor’s guilt at not having declared the accident at the time of the autopsy, and feeling like he got away with something due to his silence. A good film.