Might as well marry some dude and get outta here..
Gimmie mah father!
gimmie mah husband!
The breadwinner of the family, Parvana is very considerate and will do anything (including digging up bones) to help her family.
Please dont run with the bread
The older sister, most likely jealous of Parvana, she was sent off to marry a man in another part of the country. Before leaving, she is kinder to Parvana.
The depressed house wife, was brave enough to walk with Parvanan and get her husband put of jail, all though the attempt failed, she still kept on going- she even wrote a magazine with Mrs. Weera
"A strong independent woman who don't need no man" , but her name implies otherwise. The cheerleader of the family, she attempted starting a school for girls like Parvana and Nooria
The breadwinner of her own family, Shauzia longs to leave her dysfunctional household and go to France to seek out a better life, her and Parvana turn to digging up bones to get extra money for their families.
The youngest girl in the family and Parvana's personal emotional cheerleader, Maryam is a very optimistic child whom has spent her entire life under the Taliban.