Analysis Of Naim And Jabar Documentary

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This film was about two Afghan boys and they were living in one of the villages of Mazar-e-Sharif by the name of Aq Kupurk with their families. The main character of this film was Naim and Jabar and they were best friends. Jabar was 15 years old and Naim was 14 years old. When Jabar finished his Secondary School in Mazar-e-sharif in one government supported schools, he came back to his village to work with his father on the lands. His father owned few lands of other people to work on that land and where he was farming and doing cultivation, and his family was dependent on the farming and agriculture. Also, they were not producing for market because there was no transportation and they produced for themselves. On the other hand, Naim’s family was a shopkeeper and was dependent on their business. They had a very small shop in the village. His family did not had land for farming and agriculture.
As we mentioned that jabar’s family was doing agriculture and they were working on lands and growing wheat and crops. Also, at that time there were lack of agricultural machineries, instead they were using animals like cows and other big animals on their lands for preparing the lands for cultivations. This shows that how much that village was poor that people of that village still do not use the new technology. Moreover, there were luck of secondary school for more education. There was primary school but it was in a very bad condition and if the family wanted their children for further education, they send them to the city for studying more which was very hard for their families and their children. Jabar wanted to continue his education and then he moved to Mazar-e-Sharif with Naim to attend Secondary School but he failed to pass the examination. Jabar continued his secondary school in Mazar-e-Sharif. This movie also showed the friendship...

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