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Children of Kabul

A documentary about Afghanistan's unnoticed.
Website
Official Website
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Overview

Genre
Human Rights, Foreign Worlds, and Current Affairs
Synopsis

Children of Kabul provides rare access to the streets of Kabul, Afghanistan and into the lives of four young Afghan children - Omid, Sanabar, Yasamin and Fayaz, providing a first-hand account of a generation washing cars, picking garbage, selling food and hammering metal to earn money for their families. Devastated by war and economic difficulties, these children are the breadwinners of their families, creating an uncertain future for a country on the front lines of American foreign policy.

Stage
finished
Running time
24 minutes

Credits

Production Details

Country
Afghanistan
Years of Production
2011
Locations
Kabul, Afghanistan

Distribution Details

Release year
2012
Festivals
River Run International Film Festival, BUSTER Copenhagen International Film Festival, Oulu International Children's and Youth Film Festival, Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, Montana CINE International Film Festival, New Hampshire Film Festival
Language
Farsi
Subtitles
English

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