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Kabul cinema

Kabul cinema

Cinema goers watch a Pashto film at Pamir Cinema in Kabul. Once a treasured luxury for the elite, Afghan cinemas reflect an industry on the brink of collapse from conflict and financial neglect. Kabul’s cinemas show Pakistani films in Pashto, American action films and Bollywood productions to rowdy crowds in pursuit of any distraction from their drab surroundings. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui