What’s it like growing up in a country where women are educated separately, are not allowed to drive, and can’t hold many kinds of job?
A Saudi Arabian woman decided to tell that story, in what’s being called the first ever feature film made in her homeland. It’s received international acclaim at a number of film festivals.
KCLU’s Lance Orozco caught up with the writer and director, who was visiting Ventura County this week.
Click on link to listen to/download story: Wadjda