The Land Of The Enlightened DVD


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In the wild Afghan mountains, a group of children dig up old Soviet mines to sell, recycle weapons and keep tight control on the caravans smuggling opium while American troops prepare to leave the war-torn country.

In this seamless blend of fictional and documentary form, we experience a stunning cinematic journey into the beauty of war-tormented Afghanistan. Shot over seven years on evocative 16mm footage, first-time director Pieter-Jan De Pue paints a whimsical yet haunting look at the condition of Afghanistan left for the next generation.

Product Details

  • Pieter-Jan De Pue
  • 2
Number of Discs:
  • 1
Main Language:
  • English,
  • Persian
  • StudioCanal
  • PG

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