Melbourne is Iranian director Nima Javidi's debut film. In their apartment in Tehran, Amir and Sara are packing their belongings for the move to Australia. It's only a few hours before the flight leaves and there is a lot to do. Relatives visits them to say goodbye, everything must be packed, and the phones just keep ringing. And on top of that – the couple agree to babysit their neighbors’ baby. When it’s time for departure, something happen that put everything on hold. The film won a prize for Best Screenplay at Stockholm Film Festival 2014. Björn G. Stenberg at Upsala Nya Tidning writes that "Melbourne is a moving and strong drama about how everything can be wrong without the slightest intention or cause."