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Love Crimes of Kabul

Tanaz Eshaghian

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Dutch premiere

Festival year: 2012

The women in Kabul’s Badum Bagh jail serve a prison sentence for ‘moral offences’, including having sex before marriage, running away from home and committing adultery. This documentary follows three young women in their struggle with Islamic law.

Synopsis

Filmmaker Tanaz Eshaghian provides a unique look behind the walls of the women’s prison in the Afghan capital, where most inmates await their trial. One of them proudly admits to having killed her immoral husband. Most women are not in prison because of acts of violence or theft, however, but for violating the harsh rules of life that Muslims have to follow. The detained women speak frankly about law and order, injustice and why they were arrested, yet the people outside the prison walls have already judged them as being outcasts. ‘If they were good women, they would not be here,’ says a male prison guard.

Credits

Afghanistan, United States 2010, 71 min.

Documentary,

Spoken language: Dari, Pashto

Subtitles: English

Official website: http://www.hbo.com/documentaries/love-crimes-of-kabul

Productions:

HBO Documentary films

jesse.weinraub@hbo.com

+1 2125121000

www.hbo.com/docs/

World sales:

HBO Documentary films

jesse.weinraub@hbo.com

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When & where?

  • Thursday, March 22, 2012 - 20:00

    Het Nutshuis, The Hague

  • Monday, March 26, 2012 - 21:45

    Filmhuis Den Haag zaal 6

  • Wednesday, March 28, 2012 - 19:00

    Filmhuis Den Haag zaal 4

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