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Young stated that Sabah's family previously had "drawn" a "hard line" so the "[T]urnaround ending, though comically inevitable, seems dramatically forced".
Ruba Nadda stated that she got the inspiration to make the film while she was a student at York University; she observed a veiled Muslim woman on a public bus and wondered how she would have dealt with her sexual feelings, and then, how she would have managed affairs if she became infatuated with a non-Muslim man.
Each shot had the colour blue, with red and green also present in smaller amounts; the visuals received inspiration from paintings by Sir Frank Dicksee, Jean-Léon Gérôme, and Edward Hopper.
Informing her mother that she won't be back that night, she dances and the two make love.World's best 100% FREE online dating site in Sabah.) is a 2005 film directed by Ruba Nadda and starring Arsinée Khanjian as Sabah, a traditional Muslim woman living in Toronto.The next day, as she returns home, she faces her mother, brother, sister, sister-in-law and niece who are anxiously waiting for her.
After some hesitation, she tells them the truth about her doings in the last few months.With passage of time, their relationship gets deep and at one point they share a kiss.