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Sitara: Let Girls Dream

Sitara: Que las niñas sueñen por fin
Movie, 2020, 15 minutes
Sitara: Let Girls Dream
In this silent short set in 1970s Pakistan, 14-year-old Pari longs to be a pilot, unaware that her father plans to marry her off to a much older man.
The movie Sitara: Let Girls Dream is a Netflix Original and was released in 2020 and lasts 15 minutes. Oscar winner Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy directs this silent short produced by Gloria Steinem and Oscar winner Darla Anderson. Parental Guidance suggested. This movie is Sentimental, Emotional.
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Sitara: Let Girls Dream on IMDB

Score: 6.3 of the 10

SITARA: LET GIRLS DREAM takes the audience on a journey through the old city of Lahore where a fourteen-year old girl, Pari, dreams of becoming a pilot. Her story is told through the ...

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Audio: English - Audio Description;No Dialogue [Original]
Subtitles: German;English;Spanish;French;Italian

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