2017, 91 minutes
Hate is easy - to understand takes courage. Islamophobia
A multi-narrative journey that weaves between three families living in present-day Bradford. Dealing with women's rights, mosques and the far-right, three young protagonists find themselves propelled into the world of prejudice when their paths collide. Yusuf is the son of a Pakistani Mosque Scholar doing his best to keep his dad's dream at arms length. Zac is from a White working class family whose troubles hit fifth gear due to his radical behaviour. Khadija is second generation Iraqi and a recent graduate in Politics whose ambitions are about to be put to the test. Fuelled by yet another grooming case making the headlines, they must decide how Islamophobia will shape their future.