Wednesday, March 13
Atiq Rahimai wrote the book and directed the film, and Tracy McNicoll writes about the director of The Patient Stone for Newsweek:
"I was tired of always seeing the same discourse on Afghan women, as submissive, as victims," Rahimai says.... "When I go to Afghanistan, I meet women of extraordinary might. they have a presence, socially, politically, culturally speaking.... Even in Parliament, it is the women who call out all the war criminals."
Women must evade the control from others to avoid being victims. That often requires keeping secrets and hiding achievements.
The film will come to the United States this summer.
Labels: Afghan women, The Patient Stone
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