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"I feel ashamed to be safe," says young Afghan director awarded at Cannes


Paris (France), Sep 6 (EFE).- (Camera: Antonio Torres del Cerro) Prize-winning Afghan filmmaker Shahrbanoo Sadat fled Kabul with hardly any belongings save from the clothes on her back and a laptop. The French military evacuated her and her family following the Taliban takeover of the country, but it stirred up mixed feelings.FOOTAGE AND SOUNDBITES IN ENGLISH OF THE AFGHAN FILM DIRECTOR SET IN PARIS, SHAHRBANOO SADAT.

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