The name of the collection is Pari the tall, who at the time before the Islamic Revolution of Iran was one of the leaders of the mafia in the “Shahr-e no” (lux and famous brothel) in Tehran, where many women used to make a living as prostitutes. She and several other leaders were arrested after the revolution and executed by Khalkhali’s order, and Shahr-e no was set on fire by extremist revolutionaries, killing many prostitutes and locals, or suddenly becoming unemployed and homeless. This collection consists of 16 pieces in which an attempt has been made to compare the atmosphere of that time and the current prostitution industry, a time when a certain place in the city as a dirty family is attacked and rejected by extremist religious people. Or that in every neighborhood today, this highly vulnerable group is working under the skin of this city, but not as injured women under the umbrella of a mafia in a neighborhood. The time has come for the revolution to take place. The slogans have lined up, but the customers have remained.