Review: Wadjda

(Haifaa Al Mansour, 2012)

Emanating from Saudi Arabia, a country where most cinemas and filmmaking were outlawed and adult women are denied basic rights, Haifaa Al Mansour’s profoundly touching WADJDA is a film that comes with a huge amount of weight behind its simple tale of everyday life for a mischievous ten year old girl. (Continue reading here)

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