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Afghan Director: Women Are Invisible in My 'Fantastically Corrupt' Country

Shahrbanoo Sadat, a young Afghan female scriptwriter and director, prefers the status of women in stories to the status of women in reality. Agreeing with former British prime minister David Cameron’s assertion that Afghanistan is “fantastically corrupt,” she claims that “culture and cinema have no place in the country” and men run things like the mafia. And yet, 25-year-old Sadat has defied the odds to create Wolf and Sheep, a story of rural Afghanistan where everyone is a storyteller and children rule the hills as shepherds.
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