The Democratic Republic of the Congo is home to Africa’s longest continuing conflict.
In this film, we followed a whistleblower and a patriotic military commander who provided a visceral, yet intimate, insight into a nation caught between foreign-backed rebels and the government of then-president Joseph Kabila, who ruled until 2019.
As the conflict resonates with both men's lives, the film reveals the insidious legacy of colonialism, resource exploitation and wars that have created a continuing cycle of violence.
A film by Daniel McCabe
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