very depressing -= needs to be said, but a bummer
This is a beautifully controlled film that movingly and convincingly shows the struggle some women have to assert their individuality in a world where men think they have the right to oppress them. the film deals with the conflict between blood ties and tradition and the limitations of a culture where family honour seems to be more important even than love and close relationships. the ending made the film even more poignant. I have seen many films with similar themes but I feel that this was among the very best.