Catrin Einhorn

director and producer

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The war in Afghanistan has been going on for nearly 19 years. The soldiers who were initially deployed have children who can now be sent there too.

‘Father Soldier Son’ documentary follows an Afghan war soldier and his family for 10 years

The war in Afghanistan has been going on for nearly 19 years. The soldiers who were initially deployed have children who can now be sent there too.

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