In the 19th century, when society believed that single women couldn’t be successful, the talent of every single one of these young ladies created an unbreakable bond of hope in times of despair that would then determine their life path.
Migration isn’t always a good choice after all. In this case, Muna and Raghda areaware of this indirect process of tempting kids to change their identities, and defy it. Raghda even believes she was stupid to make the decision of leaving home. She brings up a tree analogy during a conversation: if a tree is removed from its roots and put in another location, it won’t grow.