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- The case of Saba Qaiser and the film-maker determined to put an end to 'honour' killings.
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The win also reignited a public discussion on honor killings. See also: Oscar-winner's film may help bring a new law on honour killings in Pakistan. In her Oscar acceptance speech, Obaid-Chinoy stressed the "power of film" to bring about social change.
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The documentary was made by one of the country's few women filmmakers, who had already tackled gender violence in films like the Oscar-winner Saving Face , which looked at acid attack victims in Pakistan. The film beautifully weaves together its personal and political concerns.
Set in the city of Gujranwala in Pakistan's Punjab province, the film takes a hard-hitting but moving look at the life of year-old Saba, who survives an honor killing attempt by her father and uncle for eloping to get married to a man she loves. She is a rare survivor — around 1,odd women are murdered in the country each year by male relatives for dishonoring their families. The film's title is a literal reference to the attack Saba survived. To help members better understand what is considered electioneering and what is not, we have assembled some examples of what Girl Scout members can and cannot do: When acting as a Girl Scout representative, you cannot:.
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