In the Name of Opium

Afghanistan is often depicted as a "Narcostate" with the all-too-normal daily headlines reporting drug deals gone awry; corrupt law enforcement agents that lose family members in the crossfire; and young girls sold to subsidize a father's habit. Easily forgotten are the very real people caught in a vicious cycle.

A film by Sayed Jalal Husseini (Afghanistan | 2013 | 8 mins).

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