This film makes its point in a stylish and well produced fashion. Starting with the performance of Qurrat Ann Kadwani (who is a talent for sure), the film builds momentum as we watch her slowly transform.
So well directed that we almost don't notice techniques, but are rather wrapped up in her character.
Solid edit with great color, and sound, what we have is a cohesive element (don't think we've used that word yet to describe a film), that support the overall plot development. Good mix of shots and angles that keep the story moving along. Ultimately this is original and new, and that's what we like to see. Could be the basis for a series. Would like to see more.
-Brian McLane, Director
Transparent Film Festival
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