Why This Film:

Like any young nation, Pakistan has been on a roller coaster ride. The world needs to see a different side of Pakistan.
Malala Yousafzai is a resilient and articulate girl from Pakistan’s Swat Valley. A Taliban bullet in the head turned the 16-year-old schoolgirl into a symbol of hope for the millions of children in Pakistan who are illiterate and have little chance of an education. They (Taliban) thought they would silence the crusading girl’s campaign to educate Pakistani children.
They were wrong.
She survived and her cause is stronger than ever as she is the youngest-ever recipient of a Nobel prize.