In this documentary, the possibility of achieving more equality between men and women in Saudi Arabia is discussed. Female shop owners, politicians and employees talk about the hostility of men when it comes to taking a stand in public life. A sports teacher talks about the problems of girls and women to exercise in public. A chief editor talks about possible freedom of press. In a family, the new phenomena of single life or divorce are being discussed, as well as the role of women in western societies compared to traditional Arab societies. Female artists and photographers discuss censorship in exhibitions. With shrinking oil reserves and more economic restraints, the government is pondering reforms in society. A young lawyer works to adjust rigid Islamic law to modern life.
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