Darfur Now

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Darfur Now
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2007
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98 min
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"A gripping insight into the tragic genocide in Darfur, this documentary highlights the work of six individuals who have taken a role in trying to stop the killings and help the millions of suffering residents of the region. Filmmaker Ted Braun spotlights actor Don Cheadle, a politically active UCLA student, a refugee camp leader, an international prosecutor, an Ecuadorian working to feed starving victims and a young female armed rebel."

Source: http://www.netflix.com/Movie/Darfur_Now/70082262

 

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