Postcard From Afghanistan
Race & Equality • 45m
Comedian Mike King faces a stand-up gig like none other when asked to perform for American troops based in Afghanistan. King also meets with Kiwi soldiers situated in Kabul, Bagram, and Bamyan and talks about how they are helping rebuild and provide security in the war-torn country. During his journey, he learns about life in Afghanistan for these soldiers and the roles they play in the decades-long war. A siren signaling an "indirect airstrike" causes King and his team to scramble for shelter as they experience first-hand terror of war.
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