Kabul Just Before Darkness
Race & Equality • 47m
A Swiss Italian television crew was in Kabul in the days leading up to the surrender and was able to document the growing anguish of a society that feels the end of a hope cultivated for twenty years. Social, civil and democratic achievements, especially those made by women, are being swept away. It is also the starting point for a reflection on the fight against terrorism.
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