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Sarmangsak Legendary Documentary Shown In Kabul

Show on “what was happening under Afghanistan’s skin” displayed in Kabul.

A documentary film, entitled Sarmangsak Legendary, was put on show in Kabul university on Monday.

The film has 11 characters who are writers, artists and government employees and who have answered questions on different issues, except war, in the past one and half decade.

“This film was produced before the Enlightenment Movement in 2016 and at that time when I saw and said that what was happening under Afghanistan society’s skin,” Daud Naji, a character of the film said.

The idea of the film was that of the head of the Armanshahr Foundation Guissou Jahangiri but the film was made by the filmmaker Diana Saqib.

"The 11 characters were chosen for different reasons and everyone had a range of interviews," a representative of Armanshahr Rohal Amin Amini said.

According to Saqib, the film narrates different stories of Afghanistan in the past one and half decade and was shown in the human rights week.

“It is important that we try to highlight, show and carry the voices of this part of the society (writers, artists) first to our people and then out of the country,” Saqib said.

The film was first put on show in Belgium and on Monday was shown in Kabul. A number of people, mostly university students and cultural people, participated in the show.

Arts & Culture

Sarmangsak Legendary Documentary Shown In Kabul

Show on “what was happening under Afghanistan’s skin” displayed in Kabul.

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A documentary film, entitled Sarmangsak Legendary, was put on show in Kabul university on Monday.

The film has 11 characters who are writers, artists and government employees and who have answered questions on different issues, except war, in the past one and half decade.

“This film was produced before the Enlightenment Movement in 2016 and at that time when I saw and said that what was happening under Afghanistan society’s skin,” Daud Naji, a character of the film said.

The idea of the film was that of the head of the Armanshahr Foundation Guissou Jahangiri but the film was made by the filmmaker Diana Saqib.

"The 11 characters were chosen for different reasons and everyone had a range of interviews," a representative of Armanshahr Rohal Amin Amini said.

According to Saqib, the film narrates different stories of Afghanistan in the past one and half decade and was shown in the human rights week.

“It is important that we try to highlight, show and carry the voices of this part of the society (writers, artists) first to our people and then out of the country,” Saqib said.

The film was first put on show in Belgium and on Monday was shown in Kabul. A number of people, mostly university students and cultural people, participated in the show.

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