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  1. 10 mag 2024 · Tweet. Now streaming on: Powered by JustWatch. Letitia Wright gives a quietly powerful performance in “Aisha” as a young Nigerian woman seeking asylum in Ireland and struggling to overcome one bureaucratic obstacle after another.

  2. 9 mag 2024 · Movies and TV Entertainment and Culture Columnists. Excellent refugee drama 'Aisha' brings out the best in 'Avengers,' 'Crown' stars. Letitia Wright stars as a Nigerian woman who flees to Ireland and befriends a lonely ex-con (Josh O’Connor) as she pursues asylum. By Richard Roeper. May 9, 2024, 2:45pm PDT.

  3. › reviews › frank-berry-aisha-reviewAisha | Review -

    6 mag 2024 · Aisha joins a growing cadre of immigrant-driven post-neorealist cinema that demands empathy where it is not being offered in real life. Reviewed on June 19th at the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival – Spotlight Narrative section. 94 Mins. ★★★★/☆☆☆☆☆

    • Dylan Kai Dempsey
  4. 10 mag 2024 · Written by CinemaSerf on December 3, 2022. Aisha, a young Nigerian woman seeking asylum in Ireland, is floundering in a maze of social services and bureaucracy. As her situation becomes increasingly dire, Aisha struggles to maintain hope and dignity against the looming threat of deportation.

  5. 12 mag 2024 · May 12, 2024. by Carla Hay. Letitia Wright in “Aisha” (Photo courtesy of Samuel Goldwyn Films) “Aisha” (2022) Directed by Frank Berry. Culture Representation: Taking place in Ireland, the dramatic filmAisha” features a racially diverse cast of characters (black, white and a few Asians) representing the working-class and ...

  6. 12 mag 2024 · Aisha is a drama film directed and written by Frank Berry. Letitia Wright stars as Aisha Osagie, a Nigerian woman living in Ireland who is facing the threat of deportation. During her...

  7. 9 mag 2024 · Exposure to petty tyranny, the inability to plan, life’s few sweet moments disrupted. Aisha is living in an asylum seekers’ centre in Ireland. “This is not a prison,” she will point out later on, only to be told “You keep that up and see where it gets you.”.