By Francesca Marciano
Maria Galante and Imo Glass are on project in Afghanistan: outgoing Imo to interview women who've tried suicide to prevent compelled marriage to older males; and shy, perfectionist Maria to photo them. yet in a tradition during which ladies shroud their faces and suicide is a grave taboo, to picture those girls places all people at risk. earlier than the task is over, Maria is compelled to come to a decision if it really is extra vital to prevail at her paintings —and please Imo—or to stick to her personal ethical compass. The finish of Manners is a narrative of friendship and loyalty, of the transformative energy of traveling outdoor oneself into the broader world.