Even though she is already engaged, a single mother of three is forced to marry an old warlord.
A film by Roya Sadat (Afghanistan | 2004 | 55 mins).
About Roya Sadat
Roya Sadat is an award-winning female Afghan producer and director who successfully brought touching stories to international festivals after the fall of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. She graduated from the University of Herat with a degree in Law and Politics. In 2005, she earned a Certificate of Study from the Asian Film Academy in South Korea. Roya Sadat with Alka Sadat, her sister, founded ROYA Film House (RFH) in 2003. She has won international awards from around the world. RFH hosts an annual International Women’s Film Festival – Afghanistan. She has 15 years’ experience producing, writing and directing acclaimed feature-length and documentary films and TV dramas. Roya Sadat directed and produced more than 50 advertisements and promotions (2007-2010) for Tolo TV and her own company. Roya Sadat has been invited to more than 30 international film festivals for ‘Three Dots’ and ‘Playing the Taar.’ She is also Head of the Afghanistan Chapter for the International Association of Women in Radio & Television (IAWRT), a 15-country women’s media network.