|Film Description:||Reel 35 of 40|
ShotlistReel 35 of 40
Cat. Reel 286 1965: Reel 35: Afghanistan. June 12-14. Salang Pass. Doshi. Kunduz. Hazrat Iman.
Snow shed (Salang Pass). Tunnel entrance (ws).
Winding road to pass.
Tunnel exit. Bulldozer packing snow.
Local men in turbans (cu) .
Small village and trail (distant shot from above).
Farmer stands on wooden sledge pulled by bullock to prepare rice
paddy for planting.
Tea room interior: men at tables.
Metal worker hammering a dish (at Kunduz Bazaar).
Stove: 3 blackened holes in wall.
Metal worker working bowl with wooden hammer.
Metal shop: man, boy, wares.
Wooden "spoons" made from single piece of wood (cu).
Pottery section: street scenes.
Tea shop: heating cups over stone or mud oven.
Man with mustache (cu).
Blacksmith hammering scythe on anvil.
Strap-operated grindstone for scythes (cu).
Boy pumping skin bellows by hand.
Hot scythe, anvil.
Cloth merchant covered head to toe with his wares.
Meat market: hanging carcasses (pan-shot).
Radio repair shop: repairman in turban.
Outdoor soft drink stand: snow for ice.
Cloth made of flat metal "threads" (cu).
Pan balance scale at grain market.
Putting meat on "kebab" and "Hebab" skewers.
Charcoal fire in stone trough, for "Kebab."
Street of tents.
Metal vessels inside of metal ware shop.
Turbaned man with pen, ink, books: possibly a letter writer.
Camels with bags of grass.
Tea shop selling ice cream. Patrons.
Chickens held by young boy.
Blacksmith's bellows: hand operated wooden wheel device.
Mosaic decoration (on Shrine at Hazrat-e-Iman).
Shrine interior: details.
Goats, camels crossing road.
Yurts: village or camp of Uzbek Tribe (ws).
Yurt framework: lashed branches covered with reeds and mats
or skins. Dogs.
Uzbek man (cu).
Mended gourd pot with handle.
Yurt framework (cu).
Yurt sidewall: apparently woven reeds. Note felt.
Top poles of yurt.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Salang Pass, Doshi, Kunduz, Hazrat Iman|
|Tags:||Doshi | Hazrat-e-Iman | Kunduz | Salang Pass|
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