Some of that classic bleak social realism.
Very matter of fact, nothing very heavy-handed besides for the confrontation in the park but shit, it probably goes down exactly like that sometimes.
A little like I, Daniel Blake in shying away from showing anything negative about the characters. Poor people love to get drunk and have fun, for instance. But here everybody is trying to do the right thing, going through the miserable grind set out for them by a sick society, things going astray only due to their eminently relatable sadness or anger. So it's a little bit of a copout on that score. It's better told than these stories usually are. Excellent work.
To be honest, I was trying to watch the Kiarostami with the same name, but I'm glad I stayed for this.