In this sparkling comedy by Parisa Bakhtavar, a pretty but poor young girl (Baran Kosari) gets into a fender bender with her father's car. She solicits the help of her savvy friend (Saber Abi) who sells bootleg videos in an upscale condo building. The pair descends on the building with the hopes of making some fast money. Their adventures and misadventures with the condo residents provide a comic look at contemporary Iranian life. With its critical look at married life, TAMBOURINE makes a nice companion piece to screenwriter Asghar Farhadi's more serious work, Fireworks Wednesday. A solid feature film debut by Bakhavar, Farhadi's wife and one of Iran's talented, up-and-coming female filmmakers.