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The movie was good & makes me want to read the book again.
Amir, a child of Afghanistan's privileged sector, betrays Hassan, his best friend and the son of the family servant, failing to return Hassan's unwavering loyalty.
There are some differences, as usual when a book is adapted for film, but the beautiful heart of the story is there.
Its one of my favorite books and definitely one of my favorite moviesPublished 6 days ago by khani perez
Superb movie, opening in USA but rapidly following our lead character back to Kabul, prior to Russian invasion. Read morePublished 10 days ago by sally tarbox
The plot, the cinematography, the musical score and the actors make this is a wonderful film!Published 19 days ago by J. Brown
In the beginning the author wants to raise money for the children of Afghanistan– if I donate money it will be for American children. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Judy
A heart wrenching story of suffering, love and triumph. A movie that must be seen with napkins in hand. One of my very favorite movies. I highly recommend.Published 22 days ago by Jacob Deme
Best movie ever...it's a sad movie but the overall message being conveyed is worth getting sad forPublished 1 month ago by salman
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Yeah, it's a terrible scene. But it is important to the movie.
I saw an interview segment with the writer (maybe on the special features) where he explained the symbolism of the scene and why he wanted it to be so cruel. Supposedly, it's meant to symbolize how the country was abandoned and... Read More
Oct 9, 2008 by Mark | See all 3 posts
I thought the prayer was beautiful too. I found another discussion about the prayer with one contributor saying Sami Yusuf sang it:
hope this is of some help - Michelle
Jul 19, 2008 by Michelle Duff | See all 3 posts
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