Poll: Afghan Films

From Wikipedia: When the Taliban took power in 1996, cinemas were attacked and many films were burnt. The Taliban forbade the viewing of television and films and cinemas were closed, either becoming tea shops or restaurants or falling into a state of disrepair. Habibullah Ali of Afghan Film hid thousands of films, buried underground or in hidden rooms, to prevent their destruction by the Taliban.Teardrops was the first post-Taliban film in 2002, and the first film since Oruj in 1995. On November 19, 2001, Bakhtar was the first cinema to re-open its doors, where thousands of people entered that day. Rules: From 2002-2021 Which of these Afghan films best exemplifies filmmaking in Afghanistan from 2002 to 2021? All Afghan films listed on IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/search/title/?countries=af Discuss here