Afghanistan: Preserving film archives under Taliban rule

When Afghanistan was under Taliban rule, movies were outlawed and condemned as heresy. But a small group of archivists risked their lives to preserve the nation's film legacy. Now they want to protect that hard-won history for future generations.

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    When Afghanistan was under Taliban rule, movies were outlawed and condemned as heresy.

    But a small group of archivists risked their lives to preserve the nation's film legacy.

    Now they want to protect that hard-won history for future generations.

     

    Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Kabul.


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