Filmmaker Chhay Bora, who directed the yet-to-be released 3.50 , said that the censorship board has never explained to him their grounds for evaluating movies.
It's like walking in the jungle with no road map to follow, said Bora, whose film on sex trafficking was supposed to be released last October but never received final approval.
In particular one of his characters, after escaping a brothel, is last seen joining a group of other former sex workers instead of trying to return home.
Her ultimate fate is never revealed, but the possibility of her returning to sex work is not ruled out.
Their relationship is depicted throughout in a graphic and unflinching fashion, both psychologically and physically.Her education is threatened by frequent Taliban attacks on schools like her own.