In a breakout hour of comedy, Dina Hashem discusses everything from death threats and existential dilemmas, to relationship problems, quiet people, and her upbringing as a first generation Arab-American.
Uploaded by: FREEMAN November 10, 2023 at 02:52 AM
12 hr 48 min
12 hr 48 min
Reviewed by thewenchfromhell10 / 10
Brilliantly said about everything uncomfortable and wrong with racism !
I try to catch every new comedy show, especially the females being one myself. You can truly relate to her; it was dark for me but also hopeful... anyone who can speak truths so brilliantly for anyone to understand should be heard.
This was elequently said and she really gets to the meat of ignorance and racism. If only her words could be heard through the world so everyone could hear and understand them...a chance to change the world for the better.. all of us working together as one.
Her explanation and experiences give me hope for the little ripples being heard throughout the galaxy, everything is connected.
Reviewed by therzog-553-7997399 / 10
dark and light and a good time
I chose to watch Dark Little Whispers only because I'm a bit lazy and this was the first title suggested to me on a streaming platform. I had never heard of Dina, but I'm glad I found this special because she's razor sharp!
Without spoiling anything, I will say that Dina's style seems to be a mix of confessional, social and political commentary, conventional joke telling and... absurdism? I don't know. Either way she draws some surprising and funny associations, and I think she reveals some truths about our shared human experiences -- across lines of culture, identity, ideology and place.