Una película que tiene buena pinta. Aparentemente es el primer largometraje rodado enteramente en Arabia Saudita:
Wadjda is not the singularly devout goody two-shoes her strict teachers would prefer—in fact, she gets in trouble for her shoes, which are scuffed up black Converse rip-offs. But neither is she the trailblazing revolutionary a Western filmmaker might have written. She loves her parents, she loves her religion, she loves her pop music; like any pre-teen, she struggles with figuring out how to carve her own identity from amid society’s many rules and ideas about who she should be. The film is universal in that way, but it also illustrates the mood and customs of a very specific place.