Ahmad Jawad Mohammadi, 19, right, and Ahmad Jawed Mohammadi, 15, center, brothers of Fawad Mohammadi, 14, the Afghan star of the Oscar-nominated movie "Buzkashi Boys," join their brother-in-law Mohammad Fahim Naderi, 20, left, as they watch an announcement of the Oscar results in Kabul, Afghanistan, early Monday, Feb. 25, 2013. Relatives of the young Afghan star of the Oscar-nominated movie "Buzkashi Boys" expressed more pride than disappointment upon learning on Monday that the movie didn't win. (AP Photo/Musadeq Sadeq)

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Ahmad Jawad Mohammadi, 19, right, and Ahmad Jawed Mohammadi, 15, center, brothers of Fawad Mohammadi, 14, the Afghan star of the Oscar-nominated movie "Buzkashi Boys," join their brother-in-law Mohammad Fahim Naderi, 20, left, as they watch an announcement of the Oscar results in Kabul, Afghanistan, early Monday, Feb. 25, 2013. Relatives of the young Afghan star of the Oscar-nominated movie "Buzkashi Boys" expressed more pride than disappointment upon learning on Monday that the movie didn't win. (AP Photo/Musadeq Sadeq)
Ahmad Jawad Mohammadi, 19, right, and Ahmad Jawed Mohammadi, 15, center, brothers of Fawad Mohammadi, 14, the Afghan star of the Oscar-nominated movie "Buzkashi Boys," join their brother-in-law Mohammad Fahim Naderi, 20, left, as they watch an announcement of the Oscar results in Kabul, Afghanistan, early Monday, Feb. 25, 2013. Relatives of the young Afghan star of the Oscar-nominated movie "Buzkashi Boys" expressed more pride than disappointment upon learning on Monday that the movie didn't win. (AP Photo/Musadeq Sadeq)
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