SQIFF18 Queer Arab Lives: My Brother the Devil
Sun 9 December 2018
My Brother the Devil
A life of crime for Hackney gang member, Rash, looks set to change after a chance meeting with a successful photographer shows him a more honest existence away from drugs and fast cash. However, as he looks for a way out of the game, younger brother Mo is chancing for a way in. The teenage brothers must come to terms with their racial and sexual identities while navigating gang violence in Welsh-Egyptian writer-director Sally El Hosaini’s cinematic debut.
Curated by Samar Ziadat in partnership with Dardishi, a zine and Festival of Arab womxn’s art.
Film in the English language with English language subtitles/captions. Hearing loop available.
Film relies on visual material to convey ideas but has a lot of explanatory dialogue, so is relatively accessible for blind and partially sighted audiences. Large print versions of handouts available.
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Part of SQIFF18