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Hitch 60 (working title)

Qumra Projects

Sara Al Obaidly / Feature Documentary / Qatar, United Kingdom, Turkey / 0 min
In English
Interests: Coming of age, Politics, History, Road Trip, Social Issues, Youth, Based on a True Story, Identity, Arthouse
Rated: Mature subject matter. Not suitable for minors. Individuals under the age of 18 are not admitted into cinemas.

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Two mod girls from South-East London embark on a journey across continents, travelling away from their peers and the hedonism of 1960s Europe, into unknown territories in the Middle East and beyond. Maureen and Sherry face poverty, treacherous terrain, lecherous men and a transformative education at the university of life while on the road to becoming adults.

About the Director

Sara Al Obaidly started her career as a portrait and landscape photographer. Her work has been exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery, London, and was selected by ‘TIME’ magazine’s Lightbox in the best portraits of 2014. Storytelling and poetic imagery are at the heart of Al Obaidly’s work. She prefers to shoot in real locations using natural light. Her background in photography has given her a clear understanding of people, as well as human interaction and emotion. Based on the story of her 17-year-old British mother, who had a dream of reaching the Middle East, ‘Hitch 60’ (working title) will be her first full-length feature film as a director.


Sara Al Obaidly
Sara Al Obaidly
Ania Wójtowicz


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