All Alone is an Iranian movie released in February 2013. The film is about a teenage boy who lives on an island and wants to meet the president and talk about the problems that a boycott has brought to his family's life. The film is directed by Ehsan Abdipour, who won the best directing award for creativity and original screen play in Iran Cinema Festival, 2013.


Rangerou is the nickname of a teenager boy living in one of the Persian Gulf islands with his family. He works to support his family while still in school. He sells fish at the Russian campus, where engineers who are working on the island 's nuclear site live. One night he dreams about a UFO and an abandoned alien but believes it was real. The next day he tells his story to everybody he meets, but no one believes it except for a Russian boy of his age. Soon they become good friends even though they can't speak the same language. After some time Rangerou, who learns Russian by practice, understands that his friend and all other foreigners have to leave Iran for some obscure, political reasons.