Sons of Haji Omar Trailer

Sons of Haji Omar Trailer (1978)

14 February 1978 Factual 58 mins

Haji Omar and his three sons belong to the Lakankhel, a Pashtoon tribal group in northeastern Afghanistan. The film focuses on his family: Haji Omar, the patriarch; Anwar, the eldest, his father's favorite, a pastoralist and expert horseman; Jannat Gul, cultivator and ambitious rebel; and Ismail, the youngest, attending school with a view to a job as a government official.

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Afghanistan 14 February 1978

Canada 14 February 1978

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