A motherless 12-year-old girl struggles to deal with her father's heroin addiction and constant debts. Invisible to the rest of society, Mina finds the solution on the dangerous streets of Kabul.
Mina Walking, directed by Yosef Baraki. Canada/Afghanistan, 2015. 110’. DCP. Original soundtrack with Spanish subtitles. Ages 13+
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