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The movie, No Land's Song, is set in Iran where a young composer attempts to defy censorship and taboos by inviting female singers to perform in a public concert before a mixed-sex crowd.

Beauty and the Dogs is about a woman who has to go to the police to report she's been raped by several policemen.

I Still Hide to Smoke revolves around the protective walls of a hammam where ladies of different ages come not only to bathe but to bear their souls.

Banned in the Middle East, now showing in S'pore

Aug 4, 2017 5:50 AM

THE Middle East Film Festival returns to The Projector for its second edition from Friday. Curated with the support of the Middle East Institute-NUS, this year's line-up features six titles that are banned in their own countries despite being critically acclaimed overseas.

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