Reclaiming Pakistan

Lisa Donato | Lisa Donato | Documentary | 2017 | Pakistan/USA | 8:26

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A civil rights activist, Mohammad Jibran Nasir, sparks a social revolution after almost 140 children were killed in the Peshawar Army School tragedy.

A short documentary that sheds light on the consequences of extreme religion and terrorism in Pakistan and offers hope to the nation's seemingly bleak reality. Narrated by Pakistani actress Fawzia Mirza, the film features interviews from founders of the organization Pakistan for All, including activist Sabeen Mahmud, who was fatally shot four months after production of this film.

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