Six bold people navigate the dangerous waters of Pakistan's current crisis to discover a new tomorrow: a cricket star starts a progressive political party, a female journalist goes behind ...
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Six bold people navigate the dangerous waters of Pakistan's current crisis to discover a new tomorrow: a cricket star starts a progressive political party, a female journalist goes behind Taliban lines, an ex-mujahid seeks redemption, a trucker crosses dangerous territory to feed his family, a supermodel pushes feminism through fashion, and a subversive Sufi rocker uses music to heal.
I enjoyed it thoroughly!!! Well done!!! It gave us an insight of how the people of Pakistan never lose hope!!! We don't get to see Imran Khan's private life too much and to see him with his sons gave Pakistanis hope that his children have seen Pakistan and that they may feel that they belong to Pakistan after all. Mohammad Ali Jinnah's quotes were used, Alama Iqbal and Bulley Shah's quotes all contributed to the beauty of this documentary. I also enjoyed the truck driver's story and how it ended with his many kids reciting A B C D etc as well as the truck driver having hope for his children. The music was well provided by the singer in the movie and that brought us back towards Pakistan's authenticity as a amazingly talented country. All in all, from Vaneeza Ahmed who showed woman power and a representation of a strong woman, to a juhadist who felt sad at what he had once joined. All kinds of Pakistanis contributed to this film. Enjoyed it, and this film took us to the hope or the glimmer of hope that Pakistan truly is a land of a gold mine yet to be explored.
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