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Emirati Artist, Farah Al Qasimi’s “Um Al Naar (Mother Of Fire)” Film Review

“UM AL NAAR” is spelled in 3D lavender lettering behind the titular character of Um Al Naar.
Photo credit: Farah Al Qasimi
Um Al Naar is shown in floral sheets, holding a green beverage, against an elegant white backdrop.
Um Al Naar is shown in floral sheets, holding a green beverage, against an elegant white backdrop.
Photo credit: Farah Al Qasimi
Um Al Naar blows in the wind, standing on gravel with a blue sky behind her.
Um Al Naar blows in the wind, standing on gravel with a blue sky behind her.
Photo credit: Farah Al Qasimi
A man in traditional clothing sits by a bonfire telling the story of his encounter with a jinn.
A man in traditional clothing sits by a bonfire telling the story of his encounter with a jinn.
Photo credit: Farah Al Qasimi
Um Al Naar walks in the middle of a street lined with orange glowing streetlights at night.
Um Al Naar walks in the middle of a street lined with orange glowing streetlights at night.
Photo credit: Farah Al Qasimi

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