As characters in this acclaimed movie, the white people are mostly background, who barely react in the midst of the revolution these women bring into their segregated bubble.
They need to let it all out somewhere, and they do it sitting in an “oven” naked and vulnerable with other dudes.
Farzad says the reason we move is we no longer feel comfortable where we are.
A chat with Nicholas Ostler, former student of Noam Chomsky, the world-renowned linguist.
Besides enjoying the benefits of roaming freely in anonymity, I see being ordinary as a form of resistance.
“Because we barely know the personal stories of the refugees, we tend to not see them as peers. But… behind our ‘worries’ is also racism, classism and other expressions of prejudice.”