A really beautiful film but and even more gripping book. Kite Runner is the story of two boys who grow up together in the 1970's in Afghanistan like brothers. Even though the two are very close, they are quite different. Amir is a lover of books, he is a well educated Pashtun, and is the son of a wealthy businessman that is a Sunni Muslim. Hassan is the son of a servant to Amir's father. Hassan is a Sh'ia Muslim, a Hazara, he cannot read, and has a harelip. Amir often teases Hassan and one time even hid and watched Hassan was beaten up by a group of bullies. When the Soviets invade Afghanistan, Amir's family flees to the United States. As an adult, Amir returns to his home country during the Taliban rule and atones for his sins to Hassan. The novel educates the reader on human suffering and heroism as the story deals with social classes, ethnicity, war and change in society.
I didn't put in a question Mark because this has already been answered If there were no girls nobody would be here and if guys were left to run the world then this world would be turned upside down. Also guys can't relate to female issues where as females can not relate but emphasize with male issues like I know a girls school that raise money for prostate cancer ( and if u don't know what that is then go and look it up) So guys can't deal with all situations so they can't left to be dealing with everything So they just can't run the world Some things are just impossible