HUDA’S SALON – Review by Valerie Kalfrin

A new mother who wants a little pampering, time to herself, and chitchat with her hairstylist winds up fearing for her life in Huda’s Salon, a thriller that uses societal attitudes about women and honor to heighten her peril. An absorbing if difficult watch, Huda’s Salon ends on an ambivalent note. Seeking an afternoon’s respite, Reem encounters a formidable trap, and whether she escapes is up to the viewer to decide.

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