Afghan-born director tells refugee story in "I Am You"

An Afghan refugee embarks on a dangerous journey across five countries in director Sonia Nassery Cole's latest film "I am You", with echoes of scenes of people desperately trying to leave Kabul now. The Afghan-born filmmaker and activist, who herself fled Afghanistan as a 15-year-old for the United States in the 1980s, tells the story of Masoud, whose father is killed by Islamic State, as he seeks safety abroad alongside a pregnant doctor and elderly man.