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Emily Atef's The Stranger In Me wins top prize at Sao Paulo

Emily Atef's The Stranger in Me, a drama about a mother who suffers from post-natal depression and becomes a threat to her child, won the best film award at the 32nd Sao Paulo International Film Festival. The jury presided by UK director Hugh Hudson made an exception at the festival this year by announcing a best actress prize for Susanne Wolff, the film's star.'After our world premiere at Critics Week in Cannes this year, ...

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