A great story ran in the Boston Globe on the film. The story focused on its hometown boy Craig.
Craig Considine says he didn’t know any Muslims while growing up in Needham.
But after graduating from high school in 2003 and heading to American University in Washington, D.C., he took a course from Akbar Ahmed, Pakistan’s former ambassador to Britain, and his life changed. Meeting Ahmed led Considine to participate in the creation of a documentary film released this month that views American identity through the lens of Muslims.
“He literally blew my mind,” Considine said. “I became like a son to him, and he has said that, too.”
Read the full article by Matt Rocheleau on Boston.com.