One Bullet: Afghanistan


One Bullet Afghanistan is the story of an Afghan family coming to terms with the “accidental” shooting of their son Fahim. At it’s center is Bibi Hajji, the matriarch—late fifties as best as she can tell, the third wife now widow, mother of nine, grandmother to seventy— illiterate, religious, and a survivor of the highest order.


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