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Jihad - Afghanistan's Holy War
This BAFTA award-winning series returns with a remarkable documentary, probably the most revealing portrait of Afghanistan at war yet made.
Taking over a year to make, and filmed at great personal risk, Jihad contains sequences of combat, interrogation of prisoners, and daily life under Soviet occupation. It concentrates on a group of Afghan warriors, based in Kandahar, the country's second largest city. They include a 9-year-old street assassin and a chief executioner of the Islamic
Court. Several were captured or killed during the making of the film.
The war in Afghanistan is nearly seven years old: it has cost over 1,000,000 lives, and created 4,000,000 refugees.
But coverage of it in the West has been sparse. This film shows the war at closer quarters than ever before. Everyman editor DANIEL WOLF Cameraman ALEX LINDSAY Directed by JEFF B. HARMON
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Directed By: Jeff B. Harmon

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