Qandeel

Qandeel

Qandeel is a short starring Qandeel Baloch. The life, death and impact of Pakistan's working-class icon Qandeel Baloch, killed in 2016 after becoming a social media celebrity. This film tells Qandeel's story through her own videos...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
25 minutes
Genres
Biography, Short, Documentary
Actors
Qandeel Baloch
Director
Saad Khan, Tazeen Bari
Country
Pakistan, UK, USA
Year
2017
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about biography «Qandeel» (23)

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Olivia Wallace

The life, death and impact of Pakistan's working-class icon Qandeel Baloch, killed in 2016 after becoming a social media celebrity. This film tells Qandeel's story through her own videos and media appearances. A young, fearless woman who collided with Pakistan's mainstream media, Qandeel exposed the religious right and challenged middle-class morality. From her life before stardom in a rural village to her early days in entertainment as a model and actor, Qandeel gained attention by making provocative web videos. We get to know Qandeel through her family, admirers and those she interacted with and inspired. The film also analyses her life through the lens of class and power politics and connects it to women's continuing struggle for self-expression in Pakistan.

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Eugene O.

It is truly epic in every word. This is probably one of the most ambitious movies ever made.

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Phillip Richards

It was perfect. Plain and simple.

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Janet C.

This movie was absolutely stunning, and I loved every minute of it

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Angela Lopez

Qandeel Baloch did an amazing job in this movie. This movie is definitely worth watching

Richard J. avatar
Richard J.

Loved this because this is one of my favorite movies. It was well-written & has excellent performances.

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Anna Campbell

Not a 10 but definitely a worthy view. 

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Nathan R.

Now That's what you call Documentary