Synopsis: Based on a true story about Taliban in Afghanistan and how they tried to destroy their National film archive and closing the movie houses.
Genre: Drama
108 min

Add these 2 ampoules in his serum.

Excuse me Ashraf Khan, I have to go.


- Sir?

- Yes?

Lay down.

We have no more.

We can't do surgery

without anesthesia.

What should we do, sir? He may die!

Minister? Hello?

Hello? Sir?

Hello, hope you're not tired.

Hello. Can you see our situation?

The minister doesn't understand

the requirements of a surgery.

Because he's a warlord!

This shall pass. Don't be upset.

When shall it pass?

I can't stand it.

The communistic Najibollah

could bring safety at least.

- Anyway! What's up?

- I want to rebuild the cinema.

Under these conditions!

Have you gone insane?

This people must have joy.

They must not see only blood.

Come here doctor.

He's dead.

He's dead, doctor.

Come and take this dead body, Mirza.

This is the destiny

of this country's youth.

Oh God!

You didn't say,

why did you come here?

There is a baby with high fever.

Help her.

- Where is she?

- Right here.

Take her. We have an empty bed now.

Hurry up.

Be careful! Watch the walls.

Come, Ashraf Khan.


- Hello Ashraf Khan.

- Hello, how are you?

Please be seated.

Do you know for how long

I haven't had a TV? About 10 years!

I was fighting in the mountains

for 10 years.

Once we attacked some Russian people

and took a TV from them.

But we couldn't turn it on.


It's for the Soviet Union!

They started to disintegrate when

they lost the war in Afghanistan.

What's wrong with you?

You're upset!

The people are sick of war.

It's so bad!

They are hungry but they

need peace more than food.

These people need theatre,

music and cinema.

You can see our situation!

There is a civil war in Afghanistan.

It's not many years that

communists have gone from here.

General Dosdom is in the west of Kabul,

Hekmatyar is on the other side.

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