|Fundamentalism as the arms and hands; concerned with tying moral knots.|
The granddaughter of the woman in the first story leaves her house to go to her job in a small dress shop. She is wearing a full skirt that comes down under her knees, a chemise and low-heel shoes. She walks very fast. On the street, the walls are part plastered with images of Ayatollah Khomeini and part covered with revolutionary graffiti and palm prints in dripping red paint. She waits at the corner for a reprieve from the traffic to cross the street. A 4WD, khaki-coloured Toyota pulls in front of her and two teen-aged boys in pseudo-military uniforms, armed with G3 guns jump out of the car. Insulting her for not wearing hijab, they force her into the car. Close-up of the womanÕs face.