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Flying

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Country of production Greece
Language Afghan, English, German, Greece
Subtitle English
58 min, Color, 2013

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Di Afghanistan, teater dan sinema adalah musuh agama dan negara. Perempuan yang bermain sebagai aktris akan mendapatkan ancaman dari rezim Taliban yang mengklaim bahwa mereka berhak membunuh perempuan yang tidak “menjalankan syari’at” sesuai kriteria Taliban. Dengan menghadirkan sosok bernama Tahera sebagai mitos heroik, Playing with Fire memulai perjalanannya menyelami suka duka perempuan yang mencintai seni pertunjukan di negara seketat Afghanistan. Di sela-sela filem, kadang-kadang kita disadarkan, “Bukankah menjadi perempuan juga berarti bermain dalam sebuah pertunjukan?”

 Makbul Mubarak

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In Afghanistan, theatre and cinema is the enemy of religion and the state. A woman who becomes an actress would be threatened by the Taliban regime that claims to have the rights to kill women who do not observe the “sharia” according to the Taliban criteria. By presenting a character named Tahera as a heroic myth, Playing With Fire begins its journey to delve into the ups and downs of a woman who loves performing arts in a conservative country like Afghanistan. During the interlude, sometimes we are reminded, “Doesn’t it being a woman also mean playing in a performance?”

 Makbul Mubarak

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