It takes undeniable courage for a Yemeni woman to forcefully assert her fierce opposition to the way in which Muslim fundamentalists make women disappear to vanishing point. This denial, which is shown in different stages, becomes a cruel fable that cuts to the quick with its refined wake-up call, a kind of symbolic denunciation rooted in the single logic of images.
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