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Finding Neverland director Marc Forster adapts author Khaled Hosseini's critically acclaimed novel about two childhood best friends forever torn apart as their country is ravaged by endless war and bitter strife. As children, Amir (Khalid Abdalla) and Hassan were inseparable; their long days under azure Kabul skies often spent getting into innocent mischief or preparing for the highly anticipated kite-fighting tournament. When the day of the tournament arrives, however, a glorious victory is quickly offset by a timorous act ...

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Smitty237

Dec 29, 2011

Excellent movie

This was a great movie based upon one of the best books I have ever read. Of course the movie leaves out a lot of stuff that was in the book, but it is an incredibly faithful cinematic rendition. There are a lot of subtitles in the movie, but it's about Afghans, so that should be expected. The Kite Runner is one of the few books that has ever made me cry. The movie is a little more upbeat, but if you love the book you will not feel at all betrayed by the movie. Once you've seen the movie you should definitely read the book to fill in some of the blanks and explain a few things. Highly recommended.

Doctorman

Jun 8, 2008

an amazing movie

I am usually into action or happy movies
this movie has some action but that is not the highlight of it.
i carries you with emotions. it well written story .
Highly recommended!

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