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11000 km From New York| 20mins
Director: Orzumurod Sharipov | Producer: Orzumurod Sharipov
Focus Years: 2005 | Country: Denmark
Subject Tags: afghanistan, asia, education, human rights, middle east, migration, war
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
In November 2001, the fire of the war forced thousands of Afghan people to leave their homes and move up to the islands of the Panj River, which border Afghanistan and Tajikistan. This film is a beautifully pictured short story about these Afghan refugees who belong to different nationalities and social groups. They are all trying to keep their humanity in an inhumane situation by doing the best they can do.

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