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The radicalization of young Muslims, an uprooted girl's search for identity and postadolescents on a path to spread terror overseas have bloodied the silver screen at the Toronto film festival."Layla M.," by director Mijke de Jong, follows a Dutch-Moroccan teenager disenchanted by her Muslim family's increasing secularism and her adopted country's threat to ban the burqa.The film sees a young Samia (Sarra Hannachi) living illegally in France after informing on her Islamic extremist brother in Tunisia in the wake of the 2011 Jasmine Revolution, and struggling to find her own identity.Other films take a different tack.
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