Cert: TBC Year: 2008 Length: 90 mins
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Score: 83.82% Attendance: 69
Nepal has been transformed in less than a decade from a royal kingdom to a democracy where Maoists are in the majority. Over three years Bridgham follows the lives of six women through these changes, from soldier to grieving mother, from monarchist to activist.
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Gives new meaning to the words
courage and resilience. Stephen Holden, New York Times
Balanced, moving and comprehensive... shows how circumstances can radicalise even the most middle-of-the-road people. Amber Wilkinson, Eyeforfilm
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