Revolutionary Baby takes place a night before Eid Al Fitr, in a fragmented Moroccan household. Fatou, the housemaid, shares a strong nurturing bond with the eldest of the family's, who suffers from an eating disorder. However, the mother, Narjisse, who is the head of the house, neglects her daughter's illness and disapproves of Fatou's protectiveness over her. Narjisse, who gets carried away by her jealousy towards their bond, imposes a ruthless punishment to whoever who disagrees with her intolerant judgment.
Don't Get Too Comfortable
Don’t Get Too Comfortable is a heartfelt introspective letter to a deceased grandfather. The letter questions the continuous pattern of movement amongst Yemenis in diaspora.