In the Shamshatoo refugee camp in Pakistan’s North West Frontier Province, there are 53,000 refugees living in subhuman conditions since 1979 with the invasion of the Soviet Union in 2001 with the U.S. bombing and invasion of Afghanistan.
The Afghan family and his cousin Enayat Jamal illegally decide to send to London for a better life. Hire coyotes to smuggle cousins through Iran and Turkey to Italy and finally London hidden in trucks and containers.
However, the long trip locked in a container with other families that separates the cousins and the August 9, 2002, Jamal has been denied asylum in London.
As noted by Michael Winterbottom, spent $ 7.9 billion bombing the Taliban regime. The question remains – how much we owe to those whose lives were ruined as a result?