Synopsis

During the Arab revolution, a love story between two women – Canadian Sandra Bagaria and Syrian-American Amina Arraf Al Omari – turns into an international socio-political thriller spotlighting media excesses and the thin line between truth and falsehood on the Internet. Filmmaker Sophie Desraspe creates a hypersexualized tableau as she follows Sandra from Montreal to Istanbul to Tel Aviv to Chicago to reconstruct and unravel this fascinating love story-cum-political thriller. Amina is truly a tale of our times – one that starts and is solved via the Internet – and brings into question the ethics, accountability, and very human consequences surrounding it.

Broadcaster
Télé-Québec
Production years
2015
Format
Documentary
Director

Sophie Deraspe

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