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Wings of Glass (Vingar av glas)

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Genre:Drama, Romance
Release Date:January 1, 2000
Running time:65 minutes
Cast:Sara Sommerfeld, Alexander Skarsgård, Said Oveissi, Rafael Edholm, Aminah Al Fakir
Director:Reza Bagher
Producer:Peter Kropenin
Writer:Nathalie Drago, Reza Bagher

Description: 18-year-old Nazil is second generation Iranian, born in Sweden along with her elder sister Mahin. Since their mother's death from cancer, the sisters were raised by their father Abbas. While Abbas would like to see his daughters enter into traditional marriages with Iranian boys, Nazil rejects his decision. She goes to work at her cousin's video store, hoping to save money for a motorcyle license and meets Johan. The two begin dating, but Abbas disapproves. After an argument with Abbas, Nazil moves out of the house, and it's up to Johan to help them come to an agreement.

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