Muzamil’s father cannot stand the doom and travels away from home. Sakina, now a single mother, raises her son with over protection. Eventually, Muzamil shirks this, courting the dangers he has been shielded from. One day, Muzamil turns 19…

You Will Die at 20 is a metaphor for Sudan under the rule of the ousted dictator, Omar al-Bashir. Adapted from a short story by writer and activist Hammour Ziada, with a pre-recorded director introduction.

The film is in Arabic with English subtitles.

Single seats
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This film is distributed by Pyramide Films.

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