"It's really sad," said Saud, 27, sipping coffee in a Starbucks, a black scarf framing her face, with floral trim on her long black abaya robe. "You come back so well prepared and so eager. Then all of a sudden, there is a brick wall in your face."
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Does there is a brick wall in your face mean that Saud's dream has shattered, facing some difficulties, or she is depressed about securing a job?