Synopsis: Shariffe examines the cultural differences between Sudan and Europe, particularly the United Kingdom through a the perspective of an exile from Sudan who observes the inconsistency between England’s perceived freedom and its political strife as well as the deceptiveness of people’s public personas. It received special commendation in the 1980 Tour Festival in France.
Director: Hussein Shariffe
Writing: Screenplay byHussein Shariffe, adapted from the short story of the same name by Jean Rhys
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