New Zealand brings ‘Miles from Nowhere’ to Red Sea International Film Festival   

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DUBAI: The latest production from New Zealand film company Homegrown Pictures will be unveiled at the third edition of the Red Sea International Film Festival, which runs until Dec. 9. 

“Miles from Nowhere” tells the story of Said, a young Muslim living in Auckland, who forms a dangerous friendship with the Security Intelligence Service agent spying on him and risks his whole community to fulfil his dreams. 

Using dark comedy, it explores the immigrant experience of Arab families in New Zealand’s multicultural neighborhoods. 

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