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During their darkest moments, they take what they’ve learned from each other to pull through. And through faith, brotherhood and redemption, they find their purpose.
From the director: Growing up Muslim in America, I always longed for interesting portrayals of Muslim Americans that were not political – stories that were personal, quiet and reflective. Our film gives nuance to our Muslim American community, which has needed a change in the narrative. And it presents a Muslim American story that is intersectional and showcases faith as a fact of life, rather than something that needs to be explained or defended
“A timely portrait of lives lost and redeemed." ~ Hollywood Reporter
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