This weekend I saw the film Sonita. It's a documentary about Sonita Alizadeh, a young Afghan rapper and her attempts to avoid forced marriage and become a working musician. Her courage is truly inspiring in the face of struggles that make me very grateful to have been born in the UK.
The director is Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami. In the making of this film she flouted Iranian law, stepped out of documentary conventions, and in doing so she showed that despite her limited freedoms she could use her knowledge and connections to a wider world to transform at least one person's whole life story. I don't know if or how I could do that for another person, but I salute her example.
You can see the trailer here.