Aisha is an Irish drama in which Nigerian asylum seeker, Aisha Osagie, is caught for years in Ireland’s immigration system. As Aisha begins to develop a close friendship with former prisoner, Conor, her future in Ireland comes under threat.
The film contains themes of bereavement, family separation, verbal references to sexual assault and child abuse as well as a failed suicide attempt. The film also contains a character seeking asylum.
The film contains verbal references to undetailed murders, sexual assault and child abuse.
The film contains the word “shite”.
The film contains a verbal reference to a character’s previous drug addiction in which cocaine, speed and valium are named.
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