"This program offers an intimate look at a country with a punishing geography, archaic society, and a landscape already worn-torn." --The New York Times
In an unprecedented event, National Geographic goes deep into Afghanistan to bring back a vivid portrait of the tumultuous country that is no longer accessible to journalists and filmmakers. Features in-depth interviews with the late afghan resistance leader Ahmad Shad Massoud, who was assassinated two days before the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States. Includes exclusive interviews with Taliban soldiers being held by the Northern Alliance. Looks at refugees who speak plainly of their suffering from the effects of Taliban rule and the decrees that are especially harsh for women. With never-before-seen footage, Afghanistan Revealed is a harrowing journey into the heart of resistance and into the lives of the people as they continue their struggle against the Taliban.
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