The audience gave the film ‘Difret‘ a score of 87.5%
Several members of the audience asked what did ‘Difret’ mean? The film’s website (www.difret.com) explains the film’s title: In the Amharic language, the word ‘difret’ has a double meaning. In its widest use it means courage and the closest English translation means ‘to dare.’ But in Amharic, it also has a double-entendre that means ‘the act of being raped.’
- We thought it was an excellent film… dreadful scenario, but beautifully filmed. Loved the ‘understated’ quality of the narrative and acting and so pleased with the ending. An important film which more people should see.
- Minde bloowing (sic)
- Very optimistic movie 🙂
- This film was so sad but triumphant.
- A very powerful film. Justice was seen to be done!
- An important story that needed to be told – moving and powerful.
- A powerful and moving account of how it is possible to change customs, traditions and attitudes.
- Powerful story especially as true. As film there were incomplete ends – how was Hirut found in city? Who was love interest of lawyer.
- A powerful film showing well the life of villages in Ethiopia and the constant struggle of women.
- Very moving and eye opening.
- Interesting, great photography.