This claustrophobic, supernaturally-tinted psychological drama marks the extraordinary feature debut for director Zarrar Kahn, as Pakistani mother and daughter duo Mariam and Fariha face off against the grip of patriarchal society and the lingering presence of ghosts from the past.


Screening from Fri 31st May.

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Young medical student Mariam’s (Ramesha Nawal) precarious existence is ripped apart when her father passes. Living in a deep-rooted and toxic patriarchy, Mariam and her mother Fariha (Bakhtawar Mazhar) must find the strength to survive the malevolent forces that threaten to swallow them, as the reappearance of estranged Uncle Nasir (Adnan Shah) upends their haunted lives.

Interweaving nightmarish Lynchian genre elements within its affecting cinematic tapestry, this feminist revelation from acclaimed filmmaker Zarrar Khan deftly incorporates supernatural horror within an affectingly grounded story of resilient Pakistani women finding solidarity in the face of societal misogyny and all-consuming trauma.