Siah Gerd

For impoverished women in Afghanistan, opium soothes their pain and sedates their children whose sleep allows mothers to do the work that will keep everyone alive. 

A film by Nadia Hossaini (Afghanistan | 2010 | 14 mins).

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Honorable Mention Documentary Film (2011)


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