Resist the Power! Saudi Arabia - OFFICIAL SOUNDTRACK

by Paul Brill

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Through love, fashion, and music, our friends will try to change the culture of their country.
Meet four young Saudis fighting for more freedoms in their extraordinarily traditional country. Fatima is a young woman who dislikes the treatment of females in her country. Women must cover their bodies in dark traditional garments, some leaving only a small opening for the eyes. To fight back, she will open up her own clothing line, vibrant in color and decoration. Will her fellow peers buy in to this fashion rebellion?
Ahmad, Fatima's friend, is also trying to push for women's rights by pushing for change at the city council. With tradition against him, Ahmed will have to do what he can as a man for the women of his country.
Women are not the only people being censored. A local metal band, Breeze of the Dying, has been trying to play shows in Saudi Arabia ever since they formed. With extremists condemning the "devil music", will the guys be able to put on a show? Then, there's Aziz. He's in love with a girl he has never met. Aziz spends his time on the internet and has met his girlfriend while surfing chat sites. He wants to see her face to face and hopes for marriage, but his country's traditions won't allow this type of encounter. Can he cheat the system?
These young people want to live their life the way they see fit; the only obstacle in their way - tradition. Follow their struggles for progression on this episode of True Life.

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released May 24, 2010

An MTV/Loki Films Production
Directed by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady
Original Score by Paul Brill
Edited by Pax Wasserman

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Paul Brill Brooklyn, New York

An innovative composer, songwriter and producer, Paul has received 3 EMMY AWARD nominations for his film scores. Paul also won the first-ever Best Music Award from the International Documentary Association for his score for the film, “Better this World.” Brill collaborated with Rock legends, U2 on the HBO film, “Burma Soldier,” composing a new string arrangement for their classic song, “Walk On.” ... more

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