Land Mines – a love story

Land Mines – a love story

In the ruined city of Kabul, during the time of Taliban rule, a former Mujaheddin soldier noticed a pretty Tajik girl with one leg to court her. It was the beginning of an unlikely love story. Part essay and part observational film, this is an anti-war film, singlehandedly shot and directed by Dennis O'Rourke. Driven by a polemic that is both angry and subtle – LAND MINES – A LOVE STORY is an anti-war film set in the country whose name has become synonymous with conflict. It is also a story of romance and a celebration of life, hope and love.

Land Mines – a love story

  • Director: Dennis O'Rourke
  • Year: 2005
  • Run Time: 73min
  • Country: Australia
  • Rating: PG