What Will People Say (Hva vil folk si)
In a dramatic story of a different kind. The story tells of a 16-year-old girl named Nisha who may live a normal life like a teenage girl. Over time, Nisha merged with her friends, she is a normal Norwegian teenager. Things may be different and later on as her father takes her in bed with her boyfriend. At that time, Nisha's parents decided to put it up with relatives in Pakistan, where everything seems different in that country. It seems that things are going wrong for Nisha in a country she has not visited before, urging Nisha to adapt to the culture of her parents in Pakistan.
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El Mundo (Spain)
August 26, 2018 The credibility of the staging... comes from the precise work of its performers. [Full Review in Spanish]Read in Source
Spirituality and Practice
December 14, 2018 A riveting drama about the toxic energy that fundamentalists can unleash on those they want to control.Read in Source
September 17, 2018 [Haq] presents the story in a formulaic, tendentious manner, not allowing its human and ideological complexities to shine through.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
August 02, 2018 The movie becomes something more than just another tale of cross-cultural, cross-generational misunderstanding: a harrowing drama of emotional abuse.Read in Source
July 12, 2018 A blistering drama about the kind of culture clash that can traumatize a young woman for life.Read in Source
October 18, 2018 Haq soon levels one torture after another on Nisha, sacrificing nuanced storytelling for blunt force trauma and reducing everyone that isn't Nisha into caricature.Read in Source
NPR's All Things Considered
July 19, 2018 As the Norwegian snow gives way to sunbaked Pakistani desert on screen, you'll feel a tug between the awful and the artfulRead in Source
Christian Science Monitor
August 10, 2018 A real-life terror trip but with human ghouls and goblins.Read in Source
July 13, 2018 The quiet psychological terror and the simple, blunt manner in which it was shown stole my breath.Read in Source
The Victoria Advocate
October 09, 2018 Mozhdah and Hussain are terrific in the film that tests the audience's tolerance.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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