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Rehana Maryam Noor

Spring Grants 2020 - Post-Production Stage

Abdullah Mohammad Saad / Feature Narrative / Bangladesh, Singapore, Qatar / 2021 / 107 min / Original Language: Bengali / Interests: Women, Drama, Thriller, Social Issues


Rehana, a 37-year-old assistant professor in a private medical college, struggles to keep the harmony between her work and family as she juggles the complex roles of a teacher, doctor, sister, daughter and mother. Her life starts to spiral out of control on a quiet evening when she witnesses a female student storm out of a professor’s office in tears. Meanwhile, she receives a complaint about aggressive behaviour against her 6-year-old daughter. Both incidents leave a searing impact on her. Unable to accept the madness of this society, Rehana embarks on an extraordinary journey to seek justice for her student and daughter, all the while grappling with her ego, sense of morality and repressed anger.


Abdullah Mohammad Saad
Abdullah Mohammad Saad
Jeremy Chua, Rajib Mohajan, Sydul Khandaker Shabuj, Adnan Habib
Executive Producer
Ehsanul Haque Babu
Production Company

About the Director

Abdullah Mohammad Saad is a Bangladeshi filmmaker. His first film 'Live from Dhaka' won the Best Director and Best Actor prizes at the Singapore International Film Festival 2016 awarded by Jury Head Naomi Kawase. Subsequently, the film has screened at Rotterdam, Jeonju, Locarno and many other international film festivals. His second film, 'Rehana Maryam Noor', is supported by the Asian Cinema Fund 2018 and Doha Film Institute's Post-Production Grant 2020. It was also selected in the Asian Project Market of Busan International Film Festival 2018.

Awards and Festival History


WP Un Certain Regard, Cannes 2021


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    Jeremy Chua


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