Cinema has long been used as a platform for highlighting sociopolitical issues. From the propaganda films commissioned by Hitler to the racially conscious work of Spike Lee, many filmmakers have found success in blending art and politics. Today, one of the increasingly prevalent topics in contemporary political cinema relates to women’s rights in the Muslim World. Within this sub-genre is "Dukhtar", the impressive debut feature by Afia Nathaniel.
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