Route Ten

Sikka Taweela

Red Sea International Film Festival

VERDICT: What on the surface appears to be a formulaic road movie thriller about a couple of siblings tormented by a white Jeep on a desert road turns into a surprising critique of the Saudi old guard in which the younger generation declares its liberation from toxic patriarchy.

Since his first feature The Final Cut in 2004, Lebanese director Omar Naim has evinced a taste for d
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