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The Boxing Girls of Kabul(Movie, 2012)

52min | Genre: Documentary
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The Boxing Girls of Kabul is a 2012 Canadian documentary film directed by Ariel Nasr which follows young women boxers and their coach, Sabir Sharifi, at Afghanistan’s female boxing academy, as these athletes face harassment and threats in their efforts to represent their country in international competition and attempt to qualify for the 2012 Olympic Games. Training takes place at Ghazi Stadium, Afghanistan’s national stadium, which had previously been the site of executions by the Taliban. The 52-minute documentary was produced by Annette Clarke for the National Film Board of Canada. Julia Kent composed music for the film. ()
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Available languages: Persian
Available subtitles: English
Duration: 52min
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About The Boxing Girls of Kabul

A remarkable group of young Afghan women A group of young Afghan women train to represent their country as boxers in the 2012 Olympics. This documentary follows them as they embark on a journey of both personal and political transformation.


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Additional Information

Production country: Canada
Original language: English (EN)
Translated into 1 language: English (EN)
Status: Released
Release date US: 04/30/2012
WatchPlayStream ID: MOVIES:183786, Added: 04/21/2018, Last updated: 02/12/2021