bradford was crowned of culture for 2025 - someone on the committee has a perverse sense of humour,
Hello ward end.. THAT IS NOT Bradford culture., that is Pakistan Mirpur culture in UK
throw those idiots on you tube..https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_eKCHULE7w
let the world watch..
So question here is .. HOW IS THAT FILM INSULTING PROPHET OF ISLAM??The Lady of Heaven review – ambitious religious epic about Muhammad’s daughter
Movie review in Guardian..
This British-made epic earns a significant accolade: it is the first film to put the “face” of the prophet Muhammad on screen. No single actor is credited with playing him, or any of the other holy figures in his entourage. And, as a nervous initial disclaimer points out, their faces, often shown in dazzling sunbursts, are computer-generated. Presumably, this is enough to placate Islam’s prohibition on visual representation of the prophet, but this is a Shia-aligned film that is evidently a little more lenient on the issue.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XFRtC4T5yI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Js82KPun5Lo
While claiming, as per the title, to be about Muhammad’s daughter Fatimah, this is largely focusing on his cousin and successor Ali. Director Eli King and writer Sheikh al-Habib attempt to give the Islam origin story a contemporary parallel: it has a framing sequence in which Laith (Gabriel Cartade), a young boy from Mosul, is orphaned when his mother is executed by Islamic State soldiers for teaching him a blasphemous song. Laith is adopted by a soldier from Baghdad, and the serviceman’s mother comforts the youngster by telling him the tale of the saintly Fatimah, whose example of strength she promises will keep him going in dark times.
The writer of the Lady of heaven movie
talks about the storyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViBtIjBqtF0https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-shYdVTdAA