REHANA MARYAM NOOR Screening in Canberra

REHANA MARYAM NOOR Screening in Canberra

Dear Respected Community Members,

We, “The Next Chapter Canberra” proudly present the masterpiece movie Rehana Maryam Noor, from renowned Director Abdullah Mohammad Saad .


  • Sunday 12th December 5:30 pm – Limelight Cinemas Tuggeranong.
    Tickets $18.
    IMPORTANT NOTE: It is a COVID SAFE Event. As per Limelight Cinemas Policy, only Double Vaccinated Patrons can attend this event. Proof of vaccination must be presented at Venue before entering the cinema hall. Failure to provide proof of vaccination will result in no entry to the cinema hall. In this situation, the organisers cannot take responsibility and refund the tickets.
    This event is kindly
    Supported by: ATN Canberra
    Media Partner:
    Sponsored by: Himalayan Halal Butcher & Grocery ACT.

Directed by Abdullah Mohammad Saad 2021 Bangladesh 107 minutes 15+
The first Bangladeshi film to make the Cannes Official Selection. A searing drama about a medical professor’s fight for justice against a colleague she believes has abused a student.
Rehana, an assistant professor at a medical college, is meticulous in her work and as stern with her students as she is with her layabout brother and her young daughter. Struggling to maintain a balance between her work and family life, Rehana is constantly under pressure. When she comes across a tearful student leaving a professor’s office, Rehana is convinced she has witnessed abuse of power. She sets about convincing the reluctant student to lay a formal complaint. But Rehana comes up against powerful resistance and a system that places reputation above everything. Her life begins to spiral out of control. Absolutely gripping and complex, with a fiery performance by Azmeri Haque Badhon as Rehana, this is a provocative and timely film.
Subtitle available

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Kind Regards

Team “The Next Chapter Canberra”

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