Reporter Clemency Burton-Hill and director Elizabeth C Jones take to the roads of Dhaka with a group of young women who are learning to be professional drivers against extraordinary odds.
Bangladesh is one of the most dangerous places in the world to drive a car, and on top of the other dreadful drivers, teeming traffic and huge potholes, these learners are battling entrenched social taboos as they try to enter a profession almost entirely dominated by men.
- The Observer,The Sunday Telegraph, The Times
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May 17, 2013
Elizabeth C Jones
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