This series also could have won with its beautiful depiction of snow-covered Kabul, discreet, tender, showing a remarkable finesse with colors. Rarely have we felt such harmony in Kabul, with happy children atop a hill, and the colorful food stall standing out against the whiteness. It’s the kind of small pleasure that’s missing from this cold and poorly lit wing of a deserted, sinister shopping mall.
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