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Inshallah a Boy (12A) + ScreenTalk

SAFAR Film Festival

A woman holds a young child on a busy bus.

After the sudden death of her husband, working mother Nawal has to fight for her inheritance in order to save her daughter and home in a society where having a son would be a game changer.

Amjad Al Rasheed’s powerful feature debut is a story about survival, hope and the lengths women are forced to go to in the face of oppressive patriarchal structures. 

The screening will be followed by a live Q&A with actor Mouna Hawa who plays Nawal.

Jordan - France - KSA - Qatar, 2023, dir Amjad Al Rasheed 113 min 

Event ends 7.45pm.

Language: Arabic

£10.40

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