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Image of Angels Are Made of Light

Showing the daily struggles and inner lives of students and teachers at a school in Kabul, Afghanistan, during the closing years of America’s longest war

Angels are Made of Light is an observational documentary that profiles the lives of students and teachers at a public school in Kabul over three years at the end of U.S. military involvement in Afghanistan. The film uses interviews and observational cinema to tell the story of a community of students, parents and teachers, touching on universal themes related to family and child rearing, as well as issues particular to the school and its location in a country still reeling from war.

Journalism & Media, Education, Youth