Fereydoun Farrokhzad in the movie I Love Vienna

I Love Vienna presents itself as a colourful and cheerful fresco of society, in which controversial topics are raised – especially concerning the various cultural differences and the different ways of understanding marriage and love relationships in general – but all this is done in an ironic way, through a skilful script that sees numerous misunderstandings and paradoxes as its most important peculiarities.What else can someone who, for the first time, arrives in a foreign country where he is supposed to start a new life, do but be as kind and courteous as possible to the people he meets?