Bashir takes a loan of $600 from a brick-kiln owner and, to pay it back, begins working at the brick kiln. After a year of suffering through physical, verbal and mental abuse, though, he decides to leave. To his disbelief, he finds out that his debt has been added to. He now owes the owner $5,500 and cannot leave unless he pays it all back. The brick-kiln owner, knowing that Bashir cannot settle the debt on his minimal wages, makes him an offer: If Bashir wants his freedom, he can either pay back the money or divorce his wife and hand his children over to the brick-kiln owner.

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12 minutes
Ammar Younas
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Comments about documentary «Kiln» (25)

Charles Morgan avatar
Charles Morgan

Just as described. Great addition to my collection!

Matthew Burns avatar
Matthew Burns

I have watch every Documentary movie this last 35 years and I can assure you this one is the best I ever seen. That’s just perfect. Everything is perfect OST, Camera, script, acting, ideas ALL GOOD!

Dylan G. avatar
Dylan G.

Better than expected. Absolutely amazing!

Kenneth M. avatar
Kenneth M.

Good acting, great direction, excellent cinematography.

David Barrett avatar
David Barrett

WOW, just wow. This is probably the best film I've watched in the last decade. I love this film, I love it more than other movies!

Howard Moore avatar
Howard Moore

That's amazing to me. Watch this movie. This is worth your time.

Douglas S. avatar
Douglas S.

When I realized who directed this one, I thought, "Oh, no - not Ammar Younas!" but I was WRONG! "Mr Ammar Younas, surprise me!" I'm not only surprised - I am also very much impressed!

Andrew Hoffman avatar
Andrew Hoffman

This is an amazing piece of work. It has incredible artistry. Excellent and Intellectual Documentary!

Ryan avatar

If you love Documentary movies, this movie is for you. Love it!

Joan avatar

The movie is littered with interesting themes which adds further depth to this already amazing story.

Alan J. avatar
Alan J.

Such a great film

Nathan L. avatar
Nathan L.

Now That's what you call Documentary