Lost in Kabul

Massimo Berruti

Kabul is an open laboratory and a broken experiment, a place where things mixes up under no control what so ever.
What happens there is not just about a war never really declared, even if one of the longest ever witnessed by modern man.
Every single consequence, of this never ending conflict, gets amplified and rotten by a common sense of perpetual disgrace.

Here lives a people destroyed in their flesh and in their soul, here lives a people who’s faith in the future has slowly disappeared for more than 30 years.
A perfect background for minds to fall in to madness.
Lost in Kabul represents a country and a whole society on kneed, hardly resisting the temptation of falling apart completely.

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