"Women's Prison" director wishes to make film on Shia leader Musa al-Sadr
Manijeh Hekmat, the director of the controversial 2002 drama "Women's Prison", has disclosed her wish to make a biopic on Musa al-Sadr, a Shia Muslim religious and political leader in Iraq who is also known as Imam Musa. She made the remarks on Tuesday at the Freedom Tribune, a meeting series that is occasionally organized by the Musa al-Sadr Institute in Tehran to examine various issues.
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