|Genres||Documentary Drama Short War|
|Plot||By mid-2010, the war in Afghanistan had arguably passed Vietnam as the longest war in the history of the United States. One of the most controversial concerns is the plight of women. Many commentators, some of them Afghan women, argue that the presence of coalition forces in their country has allowed them to be more active in politics and civil society. But not all women agree, and many find the country just as dangerous as ever. Furthermore, some believe that, in reality, the U.S. is far more concerned with the nearly $1 trillion worth of untapped mineral deposits that the U.S. discovered in June 2010. This short film allows women in Afghanistan to give voice to their reasons for opposing an ongoing occupation.... search for Militarism, Mutilation, and Minerals: Understanding the Occupation of Afghanistan on IMDb|
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