The documentary film, Afghanistan: Breaking Point, presents an important and rarely seen look into the lives of Afghani people, the current state of the Afghan government, and the constant threat of violence, as viewed through the lens of an Iranian film crew. The film explores how Afghani's in general feel about their current situation (they don't particularly care about the heroin trade or the Taliban or Al Qaeda). The most pressing issue on many Afghani's minds is the failure of the coalition NATO government - which they see as corrupt and ineffective - and the abject poverty that many Afghani's have lived in for generations. The filmmakers come away with the conclusion that the Afghani's are a moderate people who care much more about the stability and efficacy of their government and whether or not their basic needs are being met, than drugs or violence. This documentary is a valuable addition to any film collection on current history or Middle Eastern Studies.