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Malala: There is a moment when you have to choose whether to be silent or to stand up.
Presenters: Tonight Malala remains in intensive care. She was shot in the head for daring to suggest girls should go to school.
Malala’s father: Me and my wife, we cried all the night. The doctors told me, she will survive but she may not be the same as she was.
Malala: They shot me on the left side of my head. They thought that the bullet would silence us. I am the same Malala!
I’m still seventeen, I’m still a teenager.
Malala’s younger brother: She’s still a little bit naughty, little bit … that much ...
Presenter: Who would you have been if you were just an ordinary girl from the Swat Valley?
Malala: I am still an ordinary girl but if I had an ordinary father and an ordinary mother then I would have two children now. This is my youngest brother, he’s a really good boy. This is the laziest one.
My father said, 'have you forgiven them?’
Presenter: You've never felt angry?
Malala: No! I want people to learn from the experience I had.
Man shaking hands with Malala: … very nice to see you!
Malala: Nice to see you.
Malala on television: A woman is more powerful than men!
Malala: In this new school, it’s hard. Physics … sixty one per cent.
Presenter: Do you think you could ever ask a boy out on a date?
Malala: Ha ha ha … Roger Federer …
Presenter: You like him?
Malala: Ha ha ha.
Malala’s younger brother: I like his haircut.
An extraordinary true story
Malala: When I think of home I miss the dirty streets. I miss the river. I miss my friends. I just want to see that house, just once.
On screen: ABOUT A GIRL
Presenter: You named her after a girl who spoke out and was killed. It’s almost as if you said she'll be different.
Malala’s father: You are right!
On screen: WHOSE WORDS ARE MIGHTIER THAN ANY WEAPON
Malala: I am those 66 million girls who are deprived of education. I am not a lone voice. I am many! Our voices are our most powerful weapons. One child, one teacher, one book and one pen … they can change the world.
On screen: 2014 RECIPIENT - NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
Malala: My father only gave me the name Malala, he didn’t make me Malala. I chose this life and now I must continue with it.
HE NAMED ME MALALA
Have you seen He Named Me Malala? If so, what did you think about it? If not, would you like to watch this film?