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I AM A GIRL. I NEED TO BE SEEN

What does it mean to come of age as a woman in the 21st Century?

In the powerful, poignant documentary, I Am A Girl, it is dangerous and heartbreaking, tragic and frightening… but also inspirational and uplifting.

Capturing a snapshot of six very different girls on the brink of womanhood, I Am A Girl travels through Cameroon, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Australia, the USA and Papua New Guinea.

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In each destination we meet a young woman dealing with the particular challenges of her culture and environment. They talk candidly – intimately – to camera about their issues of the moment: getting married, having a baby, graduating ...

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4 Comments

  • Reply August 30, 2013

    Rhoda

    And what’s Abbott and Rudd’s position on this. I’d really like to see them comment here. Ha! I doubt they’d give a fig.

  • Reply August 30, 2013

    T.m. Nilsen

    so sad, poor girls!, we live in a sick world where too little people involved in others, they are too busy with their own, and can`t see what problems this world is struggling .. This is a problem in all countries, and governments are doing too little, they spend too much time at meetings where they get high on chocolate and delicious sandwiches. And the only thing that they agree on is that they disagree! and there it stops.

  • Reply August 31, 2013

    Lid

    I look forward to seeing this film. I think it is important and extremely valuable that such productions are created, since the medium reaches a wide audience. Even a documentary falls in with art in some ways and art is a wonderful thing that connects with us and makes us reflect.

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