Kaboul Kitchen (Season 1)

Kaboul Kitchen (Season 1)

Kabul, Afghanistan, 2005. George Bush is President of the United States, Jacques Chirac, President of France, and Jacky, master of his own little domain, "Kabul Kitchen." It's loud, it's boozy, it's free-spirited and it's the only place where the expats, journalists and miltiary big-wigs can enjoy a swimming pool in the heart of the Afghan Muslim capital.
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Kaboul Kitchen (Season 1)

12 Videos

  • The Girl with the Big Suitcase

    Jacky is dealing with a booze shortage when his estranged daughter arrives in Kabul. Directed by Jean-Patrick Benes & Allan Mauduit, 2012.

  • The Pool

    Jacky’s neighbors confront him to raise a higher wall around his pool to hide what they see as his clientele’s inappropriate attire. Directed by Jean-Patrick Benes & Allan Mauduit, 2012.

  • The Panther and the Printer

    After his restaurant was almost permanently shut down, Jacky seeks to break ties with his shady business partners. Directed by Jean-Patrick Benes & Allan Mauduit, 2012.

  • Dollars and Passion

    A new arrival comes to the Kaboul Kitchen, and Jacky falls head over heels for her. Directed by Jean-Patrick Benes & Allan Mauduit, 2012.

  • Fear in Kabul

    A nationwide alert has been declared that the Taliban are on the offensive, making the Kaboul Kitchen a possible target. Directed by Jean-Patrick Benes & Allan Mauduit, 2012.

  • Vices and Verses

    Colonel Amanullah comes to Jacky pleading for a personal favor; he needs to hide his mistress for a few days. Directed by Jean-Patrick Benes & Allan Mauduit, 2012.

  • Sophie's Departure

    Sophie’s school project for Afghan girls is off to a rocky start when attendance turns out to be very low. Directed by Frédéric Berthe, 2012.

  • White Lies Between Friends

    An old journalist friend of Jacky’s shows up at the Kaboul Kitchen, but it turns out he’s not just stopping by to reconnect. Directed by Frédéric Berthe, 2012.

  • Martine in Kabul

    Jacky’s ex-wife is demanding years of unpaid alimony and heads to Kabul to collect it from him. Directed by Frédéric Berthe, 2012.

  • Crisis of Faith

    The staff at the Kaboul Kitchen is insisting on a lot of changes, which threaten Jacky’s business. Directed by Frédéric Berthe, 2012.

  • Cool in Kabul

    Jacky learns the truth about the Halli brothers and Colonel Amanullah’s involvement. Directed by Frédéric Berthe, 2012.

  • Not Cool in Kabul

    With the city consumed by riots and the restaurant on lockdown, Jacky’s main concern is getting his trapped customers to safety. Directed by Frédéric Berthe, 2012.