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television to be shot entirely by an all-women crew. Today, it seems remarkable that there was any resistance to all-women crews, but at that time, resistance there certainly was. Indeed, Llewelyn-Davies was only able to overcome this resistance by arguing that, given its subject matter, the film could only be made with an all-women crew since no man would be permitted to film Muslim women living in seclusion ( figure 11.3 , left). One scene that would certainly have been quite impossible to shoot without an all-women crew – a scene that would later

in Beyond observation