Street scene from the Vali-i-asr avenue in the south of Tehran. Women in the south are living a much more conservative life than their sisters in the north of Tehran. They are not so often out in public and they are dressing more correct that women do in the modern north.
In 2009, there will be 30 years since the islamic revolution in Iran. Today, there are more than 50 millions iranians, or 70 percent, that are under the age of 30. They are living between the old and traditional system and the modern Iran with internet, music and sms. And they experience huge differences in the society.