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After Fleeing the Taliban, Finding a New Life in Martial Arts

Feb 14, 2014 | 32-part series

Hussain Sadiqi left Afganistan as a refugee in 1999. 15 years later he is realizing his dream of becoming "the next Bruce Lee." The film, from director Gavain Browne and producer Alex Barnes, was a collaboration between production companies Silver Screen Pictures and Lume Creative.
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