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Hedayat’s film, in which she returns to Pakistan to meet schoolfriends of Malala, various advocates of education and a couple of bewilderingly illogical hardliners, feels extremely well-intentioned and may serve as a useful primer for British kids who don’t quite realise how lucky they are. It doesn’t offer much in the way of depth – where are the government in all this, for example? – but it does emphasise Malala’s bravery, while prompting the thought that the British and American authorities should think very carefully about opening negotiations with wilful medievalists like the Taliban.