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The movie from an Afghan woman, that made me to watch this film. I don't know if I can really call it a movie, without a beginning, end or story. I love to call it a life captured in camera, with subtle addition of fantasy and surrealism.
The story involves around some Shepard kids. The boys have a group involved in adventurous games. The girl's group mainly concentrate on games of role playing and gossips. There is another girl who is alone and isolated from all these groups. She makes company with of the boys from the gang.
The beauty of Afghan mountain ranges are presented in with a candid beauty of Iranian films. The actors need not to act, they just live.
This is going to be a different experience for the movie enthusiasts. So, don's miss it. Highly recommended.
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