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Watch This Is Congo

An unfiltered look in to the lives of 3 characters surviving amongst the most recent cycle of conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo, otherwise known as the M23 rebellion.

Genres
Documentary, War, History
Director
Daniel McCabe

All Systems Operational


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Monday, 21 Sep 2020 03:40

It's amazing that a documentary can be as good as this one. For starters, there's a lot of information that's not just scattered all over the place, but it's presented in a way that makes it easy to follow and understand. It's a real pity that this documentary was so bad, because it was so well-made, well-edited, well-edited, and well-edited. You can just feel how important it is to get a good education, and how important it is to get the history right. For instance, they used a quote from a former rebel who talked about how the Congo war was organized by the British and French. They made sure that it was spelled out as clearly as possible, and also explained that this was the case in all the conflicts they had fought. Another important point is that there are a lot of images of a genocide that are just plain incredible. There are scenes of corpses, children dying, and people running away from the guns. The interviews are so informative that it's hard not to feel sad for the people who were affected by this genocide. I'm so glad that this documentary is out there, because it's so important. It's an eye-opener. I hope that it'll be available for a lot of people, because it's so important. You can't just get your history straight from the book. It's very important to educate people, and to educate people about the history of their country. It's also important to educate people about the atrocities that occurred in the Congo. You can't just take one story and pass it off as history. You have to combine the different stories together. It's just so important. I'm so glad that this documentary is out there. It's so important. You should see it. 8/10
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 19:20

This is a well done documentary. I have never been in a war zone but i was glad to see this was all real. The only bad part was when they showed the bodies of the soldiers, they were made out to be clean cut soldiers who were just recently shot. I know they are soldiers but i didn't see any evidence of a wound or any evidence of a bullet hole in the back. As a man who was in the war zone i would like to know how real soldiers look like after they leave the battlefield. The first half of the film is a tour of a certain village where they talk about the war. During that time i was thinking this is an amazing documentary but as it progressed i began to realize how fake and fake it seemed. After the war ended they went back to the village to find out what happened to these soldiers. During that time i began to realize how fake and fake it seemed. When i heard a woman was killed in the war i was shocked. I never heard of it before. The only thing i found disturbing about this film was that they showed this footage of the woman being killed and the soldiers walking around the village and the girls running around. It made me feel like the soldiers would be ok and they were just walking around a village killing innocent people. The soldiers would have never killed the woman in the village and the soldiers would have been more concerned about the soldiers protecting their family. The women would have probably been killed and raped as well. I would suggest this film to anyone that has ever been in a war zone. I hope this film will raise awareness of what is going on in Africa and i hope that the government and the soldiers will do their best to help these women.


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