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The status of women - or rather lack of - in this constantly war-torn country has been regularly highlighted as one of the justifications for continued intervention.
As Azita, former parliamentarian and bacha posh herself tells us; "They are still like servants. We have a long time to go before the woman is considered a human in this society".
No-one worried about their personal safety then, or was afraid to visit someone’s house for dinner or a wedding.
Foster took his camera into workshops and villages, out on the road and into the desert. In some of these scenes, Foster is standing in a Kandahar street - as street vendors, their shoulders draped with numerous coats, smile for the camera.
And in those hours of film he captured the country in a hopeful moment of its history that is all but forgotten.