Huffington Post: The opening of a family movie theater in Kabul means women can watch films in public for the first time in two decades. For many living under Afghan society’s oppressive rules, the Galaxy Family Cinema isn’t just about films – it means a few hours of freedom. When the Taliban took control of Kabul in 1996, television, music and movies were outlawed. Movie theaters were either shut down or destroyed. Then the U.S. invasion in 2001 ousted the group from Kabul, and the culture of cinema re-emerged, with dozens of movie theaters reopening across the city. Click here to read more (external link).