The police are after a drug lord named Naser Khakzad, but when they finally manage to catch him, he tries whatever he can think of to escape and save his family.
The cops argue interminably and the drug lord they are hunting is arrested mid-way through the film. But that doesn’t mean the bickering will end. There’s never been an action film with such long dialogues, and yet Roustaee still keeps the audience on the edge of their seats.
Just 6.5 shows a side of Iran seldom covered by Iranian cinema. The number of addicts is increasing exponentially. It’s like fighting the sea for the drugs squad, Roustaee reveals in a police film in which every character is layered and believable, even the bad guy.