Stray Dogs (Sag-haye velgard)
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Stray Dogs (Sag-haye velgard)
Two children, a brother and sister, rescue a stray dog on the streets of Kabul. That evening they visit the jail where their mother is a prisoner. Since her children have nowhere to live, they are permitted to stay with her at night. But the following morning, they are thrown out: prison is for criminals, not homeless orphans. Desperate to return, brother and sister embark on a series of failed robberies. A fugitive tells them they can learn to steal from watching Hollywood movies. Alternatively, European cinema can teach them how to be caught.

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"a richly picaresque journey to childhood's end through the dusty streets of Kabul."
‑ Anton Bitel, musicOMH.com
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